Staff will walk out on the new British prime minister’s first day on the job, a union says.

The public service trade union said on Thursday that workers at Britain’s business and energy department building will go on strike the same day the country’s new prime minister is named the following week.
On September 5 and 6, cleaners, security guards, receptionists, and mail room workers at the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) will go on strike over health and safety issues and other issues.

The Public and Commercial Services Union said that the action was “a sign of things to come” for the new prime minister (PCS). It is likely that the new prime minister of Britain will be named on September 5 and fully take office on September 6.

“Our members in the civil service are getting more agitated and desperate as the government does less to deal with the expense of living,” says PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka. The strikers are contract workers for the government.

The next prime minister of Britain will take office at a time when there is a lot of trouble in the workplace. Union workers are going on strike in many different industries because the country is in a recession and rising prices are making people want better pay and working conditions.

Liz Truss, who is in the lead to replace Boris Johnson as Britain’s prime minister, said she would take “strong and decisive measures” to limit union strikes if she won the job.

The union said that ISS, the company that hired the outsourced workers, had broken health and safety rules and “put PCS members in an unacceptable risk.”

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