Industrial action by Sodexo-employed staff at St Mary's Hospital

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A third period of industrial action by some facilities staff employed by Sodexo in relation to pay and terms and conditions has begun today at St Mary’s Hospital. It is due to continue until 23:59 on Thursday 28 November.
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