The workforce agreement

4th March 2005 at 00:00
* Members of the largest school support staff union say they want to stay in the workforce agreement. Last summer, Unison, which has 200,000 members in schools, appeared to be on the verge of pulling out of the deal.

But a consultation of local branches revealed that 67 per cent of those responding think the union should stay in and negotiate for better pay and conditions.

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