Striking Derby school support staff demands are not 'affordable'

Striking Derby school support staff demands are not 'affordable'
 

Demands made by striking teaching assistants in Derby are "not affordable", according to Derby City Council.
Unison, representing 2,700 school support staff, including teaching assistants, in the city, has been locked in a dispute over fair pay with the council for several months.
Staff have been on strike four times so far since the autumn term began in September and the union has said its members are prepared to fight on - with more days of action planned between now and Christmas.
A council spokesman said: "What Unison has asked for is something for everyone and therefore... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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