Workers at a nuclear waste storage construction site in Cheshire are demonstrating tomorrow in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Unions Unite and the GMB said site owners Urenco and contractor Jacobs were reneging on a national agreement over bonus payments and dispute resolution procedures at the construction site in Capenhurst, near Chester.
The unions said that the construction project should be covered by the National Agreement for the Engineering Construction Industry (NAECI) and that employees stand to lose up to £100 a week in bonus payments.
GMB regional officer Albie McGuigan said: "It is now clear that Jacobs and Urenco have no intention of building the project under the NAECI terms and conditions and this is not acceptable and the issue is in dispute.
"NAECI is a full set of terms and conditions and not a code of practice to choose the parts you like and ignore other sections."
Tomorrow's demonstration is the second to be staged at the site.
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