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Firm’s assurances on quarry jobs dismissed by GMB union

THREE-QUARTERS of the workforce at the Glensanda Quarry, near Oban, have now formally lodged grievances with new operators Oban Earth Works over the threat of redundancy and changes to their terms and conditions.

Last week new assurances by Oban Earth Works (OEW) that it was ‘unlikely’ there will be any compulsory redundancies at what is Europe’s biggest granite quarry, were dismissed by union officials.

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