Unions to oversee collapsed companys future has been left with little influence over the firm. But one union hopes this could change under new leadership.
Gwen Rus카지노sell (pictured), has been with the union’s Transport and General Workers Council for more than 10 years. She now hopes to get the union to sign a contract that means it has a future as a mainstay of the business after Tata Steel went bust.
She said: “I think people would rather work for us.
“The union has to work with the firm. We should be able to sign contracts where we are represented, in good faith.”
The union is working with Tata to get the management involved in the management of Tata Steel and a takeover of the building.
It is understood it will be one of the first public talks which Tata will organise over whether it is prepared to back Tata Steel’s bid to re-take over the £12billion building, after it announced last month it had turned down its rival and the government had asked it to do so.
The steelworks was the most expensive building in the whole of Britain and has been left virtually bankrupt since the global downturn of 2008-09.
Tata has hired a team of consultants and is investing close to £200million to re-invest the building, to be owned by Tata Consultancy Services, in an attempt to boost profits.
While the company said it would remain focused on the building it announced yesterday it was offering another £20m investment from the Chinese firm to boost the number of new projects c수원출장마사지oming onto the site.
The government said it had requested the company – which is worth £15.3 billion – to consider providing new finance which could fund 실시간바카라사이트the building.
Under the proposals the government has agreed to provide £5.25billion, to be used to improve or buy off Tata and support the re-election of the firm as a major investor.
It is thought the government would only accept if the firm agreed to provide £15b for a “long-term investment, not for a single building” – although it has promised to do more to support the building as Tata and other local government have failed to deliver on spending pledges.
The government has also set out plans to raise billions more by raising the state pension age, to help address the rising number of pensioners.
Last week the government said it would increase the minimum wage, with the minimum wage rising to £7.10 an hour.
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