The Scunthorpe Problem


This afternoon.

Actavo HQ, Westland House, New Nangor Road, Dublin

Campaigners are staging protests at four Actavo (formerly Siteserv) sites across Ireland, England and Scotland to demand the Denis O’Brien-owned company pay scaffolders the ‘rate for the job’.

The scaffolders, employed by Actavo at British Steel in Scunthorpe, England say they are being paid up to 15 per cent below the agreed rate under the UK’s National Agreement for the Engineering Construction Industry (NAECI) and will begin continuous strike action this Wednesday. The workers. Unite is calling on both British Steel and Actavo to enter into tripartite negotiations with Unite.

Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews

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