Camden traffic warden strike called off

The 5 day walkout planned for next week by Camden Councils Civil Enforcement Officers (CEOs) has been called off after successful negotiations over pay.

Further talks took place between the CEOs union Unison and Camdens’ parking enforcement contractor NSL Services. The outsourcing company has agreed to increase the pay of the CEOs..

With 80% of the workforce now members of Unison there was a strong willingness on the part of the CEO’s shown in the vote for strike action, for the third time this year. But with just days to go before the walkout NSL have now agreed to increase the CEOs pay by 4%, backdated to 01 September, with a 3% increase from 01 April 2013. After a further pay increase of 3% from 01 April 2014 it means their basic hourly wage will rise from a current £8.09 to £8.92 per hour from April 2014.


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Mr MustardDecember 7th, 2012 at 8:27 am

Not overly generous of NSL. In Barnet ex council traffic wardens are on £10 per hour and new recuits get £8.20 I actually think that for the job the pay rate of £10 is not excessive. Time for some action in Barnet? A recruitment drive perhaps?

Joe KingDecember 7th, 2012 at 11:21 am

Barnet NSL CEO’s need to watch out, as NSL will start to find reasons for getting shot of the higher paid ones. NSL are no strangers to illegal practices or unfair dismissal courts.

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