The EIS-FELA has opened a further ballot for its members to take industrial action, to the disappointment of colleges. This additional ballot asks its members to take action short of strike action, such as working to rule and/or a resulting boycott.
This latest unnecessary move would be in addition to the three strike days which have already taken place, and the 11 days of strike action planned for April and May.
A spokesperson for the Colleges Scotland Employers’ Association, said:
“Colleges will do everything they can to ensure that students are supported during this difficult time, and that any disruption is minimised.
“The EIS-FELA has refused repeated requests to suspend the strikes while meaningful discussions carry on – national industrial action is wholly unnecessary.”
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