UNITED LEFT supports UNITE members at Luton Airport on strike against zero hours contracts. Workers can stand up together and defeat modern day exploitative working conditions.
Workers responsible for helping disabled passengers at Luton Airport are in a battle with their employer Clece Care Services which stands accused of exploiting its own workforce while providing services to people with restricted mobility.
The workers are due to take 48-hour strike action between Tuesday 17 July from 05.00 to Thursday 19 July at 04.59.
Clece Care Services currently runs the contract for special assistance services at London Luton Airport which supports passengers with restricted mobility. Luton Airport awarded the contract to Clece Care Services, so it cannot wash its hands of responsibility for the workers’ treatment.