Ambulance staff working in Greater Manchester are considering striking after it was revealed that they were getting paid £2.40 less than other colleagues doing the same job. The service is provided by Arriva that make more than 1.2 million non-emergent journeys each year.

They hired 112 new staff on lower salaries on different T&Cs to their NWAS colleagues. There is a two tier workforce with new employees being paid more than people who have been there up to 5 years….read more

Manchester Evening News: 9 February 2018

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