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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Employee relations the Labour way

Labour have a bit of a reputation in South Wales for the way they deal with their employees. In Rhondda Cynon Taf they imposed new terms and conditions on their staff, Neath Port Talbot lost £20 million of taxpayers’ money in Icelandic banks whilst at the same time cutting the wages of their staff and, in Bridgend, Labour have delivered a job evaluation outcome that was described by one Unison official as the worst example he had seen in Wales in terms of outcomes for particular workers.

Now the Western Mail reports that Rhondda Cynon Taf actually paid a solicitors' firm nearly £100,000 for advice on how to cut the pay and conditions of workers. No wonder they could not afford to pay a fair wage to their staff.
What happened to the Seven Million Pounds invested in Icelandic Banks by the South Wales Police Farce?
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