Fed up of being treated like the dirt they clean and second class citizens, the BME and migrant cleaning workforce at the LSE have courageously voted to strike on the 15th and 16th of this month, making history by becoming the first incident industrial action by outsourced staff in the LSE's 126 year history. They are asking that their cleaning contractor Noonan bring their basic terms and conditions in line with the rest of the LSE community.
You can stand shoulder to shoulder with them by doing any and all of the following;
Emailing Julia Black, the interim director of the LSE, to ask her to meet the cleaners demands and start treating them equally and fairly, by allowing them the same conditions and terms of employment as other LSE staff. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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