Unison begins balloting 2,500 Lincolnshire County Council staff on strike action
HUNDREDS of staff at Lincolnshire's largest employer are to be asked if they want to take strike action.
Unison is starting to ballot its 2,500 members at Lincolnshire County Council, with Unite and GMB also set to be involved.
Workers will be asked if they want to take action short of a strike – work to rule – or if they are prepared to strike.
If the council, which expects 1,000 jobs to go, and the unions fail to resolve the dispute then action will be implemented if a "yes" result is returned.
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Unison's Richard Banks said: "The ConDem Government's and county council's unprecedented attacks on our members jobs, conditions and the service we provide to the public has caused our members to mandate the union into action."
The GMB's Colin Todd said: "The council's proposals are conspicuous by their lack of any detail on public impact."