Fujitsu: ACAS proposals accepted

Unite members at Fujitsu have voted 72% in favour of accepting ACAS proposals after taking 10 days strike action against the companies moves to introduce compulsory redundancies and draconian attacks on pay and pensions. The proposals include commitments to allow union representatives to participate in several reviews into redundancies, pension arrangements and signing a definition of promotion. However, Fujitsu bosses have refused to withdraw plans to impose compulsory redundancies, merely to postpone them until after 26 March.

Workers are well aware that management cannot be trusted. Threats on pay, pensions and redundancies still remain and must be responded to by a determined campaign to organise all Fujitsu workers in the coming weeks.

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