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18 May 2011
On 12 May at a mass members' meeting, Unite British Airways (BA)cabin crew voted to put the latest agreement between the union and management to a ballot of the membership, writes Neil Cafferky.
12 May 2011
A mass meeting of Unite cabin crew members at BA has agreed to ballot the wider membership in regard to the company's latest offer to settle the long running dispute
20 April 2011
POA strike ballot: The national executive of the POA prison officers' union has decided to conduct an indicative ballot against prison privatisation...
5 April 2011
BRITISH AIRWAYS (BA) staff at Heathrow airport walked out in a wildcat action on 18 July to prevent the company imposing an automated time management scheme (ATR)...
1 February 2011
Addendum added 9/2/11 On 21 January Unite cabin crew at British Airways once again showed their resilience by voting overwhelmingly for strike action
26 January 2011
For the fourth time in 13 months British Airways cabin crew have voted overwhelmingly to take strike action. The ballot returned a 78.5% vote in favour of strike action in a turnout of 7,335 members, writes Neil Cafferky.
17 November 2010
In a dramatic twist to the long running saga of the British Airways cabin crew dispute Unite have cancelled the ballot on the latest offer from the company, writes Neil Cafferky.
27 October 2010
The latest offer by British Airways management to cabin crew aimed at resolving this long running dispute was released on 20 October, writes Neil Cafferky.
4 August 2010
Negotiations between BA management and Unite cabin crew representatives resumed on 2 August and are continuing at the time of writing...
7 July 2010
Although there are some guarantees on terms and conditions that were not in the last offer, the substantive issues that led to the strike have not been addressed, writes British Airways cabin crew began voting on 6 July on a new 'final' offer from the company. Despite the rhetoric of BA management the new offer seems to be similar to the old offer put forward prior to the last round of strikes..
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