Pret union calls communications blockade

Submitted by AWL on 26 November, 2012 - 4:11

From the Pret A Manger Staff Union (PAMSU):

Since forming Pret a Manger Staff Union earlier this year, a number of workplace activists have faced a campaign of harassment and victimisation from management. For A, this has reached a point where he has been sacked on trumped-up disciplinary charges. His final appeal hearing against the decision will occur on Thursday the 29th of November at 2:00pm.

PAMSU together with the North London Solidarity Federation and the Alliance for Workers' Liberty calls for the Communications Blockade on Wednesday 28th November 2012.

In an effort to show solidarity with the victimised worker and PAMSU, we are asking the supporters:

Bombard Pret’s Facebook page with messages in support of A.

Feel free to post up this YouTube video.

If you’re on Twitter, please tweet and re-tweet the following message throughout the day:

“@Pret Reinstate A! Stop Union-Busting at Pret a Manger! More information: Please re-tweet!!! #PAMSU”

Members and supporters of the Pret A Manger Staff Union (PAMSU) took the fight against union busting to Pret on 19 November, with a lively demonstration outside the St. Pancras store, from which PAMSU founder A was sacked.

Further actions are planned.

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