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End Outsourcing at University of London

Senate House, London. Thu 25 Jan 2018



 Security workers who were striking had been picketing at the gate all afternoon

 

 and make a lot of noise with vuvuzelas

 and drums.

 All the outsourced workers want to be brought in house - employed directly by the University, not by contract companies

 Outsourcing always leads to bad management and poor pay and conditions.

 Out-sourcing companies cut costs by paying workers less and giving them poorer conditions of service

 and they cut hours so that staff cannot do their jobs properly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 People danced to the loud music from a PA system

 

 

 

 'Outsourcing Sucks', 'Fair Pay and Respect for all Workers Rights'

 

 Unison members from SOAS and Birkbeck had come to support

 and a Samba band arrived

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 IWGB President Henry Chango Lopez

 

 

 

 IWGB General Secretary Jason Moyer-Lee

 United Voices of the World General Secretary Petros Elia

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