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Support the LSE cleaners!

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Support the LSE cleaners whose hours are being cut and workload intensified with no extra pay. LSE claims to be paying the London Living Wage but the conditions cleaners are under are not livable. 1) Stop the LSE from reducing the cleaner's working hours 2) Stop the LSE from intensifying the cleaner's working day 3) Stop the LSE from giving with one hand and taking with the other 4) Stop the LSE from treating the cleaners like second-class employees 5) Publicly expose Resource's management's inveterate practice of racist bullying Resource is the calamitous contract cleaning company to which LSE has outsourced its service. The cleaners will be placed under an unbearable amount of mental, physical and financial distress if these pernicious proposals are passed, or these bigoted practices continue. One cleaner said: 'Starting my journey at the very unsociable time of 4am to get to work at 6am for just two hours is completely unreasonable. I have to take several buses because the train is too expensive.' 'LSE deceived us because what is the point of paying the living wage if our hours are cut from two and a half hours to two hours.' Why is the LSE doing this? Simply because the LSE, that still inanely claims “to improve society”, has decided that the cleaners are second-class employees who should give more for less! Come and tell the LSE and Resource that enough is enough!

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    Viktorija Gzibovska United Kingdom
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    Lucy McFadzean United Kingdom
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    Fiona Harrington United Kingdom
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    rory weightman United Kingdom
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