Outsourced health workers at Ealing Hospital in West London struck for seven days from Friday 14 March.
Strikes and lock-outs
Members of the National Union of Teachers will strike on Wednesday 26 March.
A special meeting of the National Executive of the National Union of Teachers has confirmed a national strike will take place on 26 March.
Cleaning workers at the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) in central London will strike again on 21 March.
Toyota’s Indian subsidiary has locked out around 6,400 workers at its two plants near Bangalore after workers protested against a delay in receiving pay rises following 10 months of negotiations.
Probation officers in England and Wales will strike on 31 March and 1 April against the proposed privatisation of their service.
Nominations for General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) close on 30 April.
Campaigners presented online retail giant Amazon with a 56,000-strong petition demanding it pay living wages.
Outsourced cleaners at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in central London struck on 4 and 5 March to win the same holiday entitlement, contractual sick pay, and pension scheme as directly-employed staff.
The upcoming National Union of Teachers (NUT) strike against the government’s attacks on teachers pay, terms, and conditions on March 26 is a positive development, and the strike should be built for a