When: Wed 28th November
Since forming the Pret a Manger Staff Union earlier this year, Andrej and a number of other workplace activists have faced a campaign of harassment and victimisation from management. For Andrej, this has reached a point where he has been sacked on trumped-up disciplinary charges. His final appeal hearing against the decision will occur on Thursday the 29th of November at 2:00pm.
In an effort to show solidarity to Andrej and PAMSU, we are requesting that supporters:
Please bombard Pret's Facebook page with messages in support of Andrej: http://www.facebook.com/pretamanger
Feel free to post up this youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ey2PAGB29B8
If you're on Twitter, please tweet and re-tweet the following message throughout the day:
"@Pret Reinstate Andrej! Stop Union-Busting at Pret a Manger! More information: www.pamsu.org Please re-tweet!!! #PAMSU"
Action supported and endorsed by the North London Solidarity Federation, The Alliance for Workers Liberty, and Radical Islington.
Andrej's final appeal against his sacking on trumped-up disciplinary charges is this Thursday. NLSF have been helping to build the pressure against Pret through pickets, solidarity, and an online campaign in support of the the union.
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