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Prospect members working in airport group HIAL’s security company AMSL are set to strike for 48 hours following the Easter break after the failure of talks aimed at averting action.

Prospect members working in airport group HIAL’s security company AMSL are set to strike for 48 hours following the Easter break after the failure of talks aimed at averting action.

Please see a joint statement from Prospect union and Highlands and Islands Airports Limited: “HIAL and Prospect have met today in an attempt to reach a solution over the planned strike action. The discussions will continue over the next 24 hours and the parties are hopeful of making a further announcement at that point.”

Please see a joint statement from Prospect union and Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL): “HIAL and Prospect have met today in an attempt to reach a solution over the planned strike action. The discussions will continue over the next 24 hours and the parties are hopeful of making a further announcement at that point.”

Responding to reports today (Monday) that regional airport operator Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) is seeking to return to the negotiating table to discuss unequal employment conditions among its security workers, Prospect national secretary Alan Denney said: “The request to resume discussions in a bid to resolve this pay dispute is a very welcome surprise.

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