taff working for The Pensions Regulator (TPR) have introduced an extra 14 days of strike motion in a dispute over pay.
Greater than 280 members of the Public and Industrial Providers union (PCS) will take motion on October 11, 12, 17, 18, 23-27, 30 and 31 plus November 1-3.
The employees went on strike earlier this month after the union accused the organisation of being the one authorities division to refuse to implement the federal government’s beneficial pay provide of 4.5-5%.
PCS common secretary Mark Serwotka stated: “TPR administration’s disgraceful determination to provide their employees lower than anybody else has served solely to backfire on them by making our members extra decided than ever to safe a good pay rise.
“Following their strike motion earlier this month, they’re returning to the picket line within the expectation their managers will take heed to them or face the potential of much more strikes sooner or later.”