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Volume 52 Number 1, February 6, 2022 ARCHIVE HOME JBCENTRE SUBSCRIBE

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Financial Conduct Authority Staff Vote for Industrial Action

Employees of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have voted 87% in support of industrial action against proposed cuts to pay and conditions, reports Unite.

Unite General Secretary Sharon Graham said: "The employees are telling FCA bosses that the proposed changes are damaging and destroying any remaining goodwill the staff had. It is time for the FCA management to come to the negotiating table and ensure they avoid damaging the important work of the regulator. Unite will sit down and negotiate through ACAS as soon as the FCA agrees; the ball is in FCA's court now."

The current proposals by FCA management impose heavy cuts on ordinary staff, reports Unite. The union lists the key concerns of the FCA staff:


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