Today's top storyWhen other trade unions apart from NSEAD are taking industrial action.
In such circumstances or occasions where members work alongside colleagues who are members of other trade unions who are taking industrial action the following advice must be taken.
NSEAD cannot support you if you take part in industrial action where NSEAD has not balloted. The legal position here is clear, industrial action by a union member is unlawful if not preceeded by the formal notification, balloting and authorisation process.
NSEAD is not taking industrial action alongside NUT on Tuesday 5 July 2016.
You should inform your headteacher or principal that you are not taking industrial action on that day, and that you will be available to work normally, but not willing to accept arrangements which undermine the industrial action of those colleagues taking strike action.
This might include.
Agree to an amalgamation of groups of students as a result of colleagues taking industrial action.
To take over the workload of a colleague engaged in industrial action other than in a genuine emergency.
If in doubt please call the NSEAD office on 01225 810134