Unite claimed victory today in a dispute with Amnesty International UK (AIUK) over plans that threatened 40 jobs - but says it wants more talks to bring in safeguards.
The union said the outcome was part of its efforts to "protect the vital campaign work" of the human rights group and that it had been supported by group members.
At an emergency general meeting at the weekend, group members voted by more than the required 75 per cent against any "material reorganisation."
Unite said the management later announced it was not taking any action to bring in a new structure, issue "at risk" notices or accept voluntary redundancy requests for the time being.
Regional officer Alan Scott said: "We welcome the management's statement but we call on the management to enter into meaningful negotiations."
The dispute is separate from that of the Amnesty International Secretariat, which wants to restructure its London operations.
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