300 ICTS Central Search workers are set to be balloted on potential strike action after staff had rejected a pay offer from the company. ICTS Central Search employ around 220 workers at Glasgow airport and around 100 workers at Aberdeen airport. The union claimed there are “growing incidents of fatigue, exhaustion, and stress due to staff working beyond six hours with no break”. It claimed that staff breaks were “routinely denied”. “The ICTS Central Search workers at Aberdeen and Glasgow airports rejected a basic pay increase of 4% backdated to January 2024, and a £500 one-off payment,” the union added

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