Unite union requests meeting with council
The Unite union has request a meeting with Filton Town council after it received a list of concerns relating to operational procedures. A staff meeting attended by high numbers, highlighted a number of ongoing concerns.
The council has been making changes since taking office in May last year.
Union officials say that a significant number of queries and issues require investigation and have urged the council to meet them. Many of the issue relate to policies and procedures of the council.
Only last year the council completed a £100,000 office refurbishment for staff after it was felt it was not up to health and safety standards.
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A council official said they were working with the union to progress the situation and that they were confident of resolving the queries.
The council meet for their annual assembly on the 29th May where a new chair of council and finance is expected to take place. Labour currently hold the majority on the council and it is envisaged that there will be a power struggle similar to the recent changes at branch level, where the current chair of council was ousted as branch secretary.