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NASUWT ballot due to increased membership

Teiy SAMSSCMY er coontey olteynys bishit

Sheshaght cheirdey er nakin earrooyn gyrjaghey choud's ta argane rish RYSC

Fer jeh ny sheshaghtyn keirdey ynsee goaill ayrn 'syn argane mychione faill ta goll er rish y rheynn ynsee gra dy vel ee er-chee ceau teiy reesht mastey olteynyn bentyn rish jantys jeadyssagh er yn oyr dy vel yn olteynys eck er ny vishaghey.

Ghow SAMSSCMY [Sheshaght Ashoonagh ny Mainshtyryn Scoill, Sheshaght Cheirdey ny Mraane Ynsee] toshiaght er ceau teiy mastey ny olteynyn eck 'syn Ellan ny s'leaie 'sy vee shoh.

Ta'n screeudeyr barganey ynndyoil da'n cheshaght, Geraldine O'Neill, gra nagh vel bishaghey faill va fogrit magh er-y-gherrid jannoo er yn argane ta goll er.

As y feysht currit urree, row jantys jeadyssagh gyn shaghney, ta Bnr O'Neill gra dy vel shen son ny olteynyn.

AS GERALDINE O'NEILL :  Ny ta smoo scanshoil, she sheshaght gheynlagh shinyn. Ta shin cummal teiy reesht er yn oyr dy vel earrooyn mooarey bishit ain, as shoh dy hannaghtyn lesh jannoo builley. Neesht, ta shin fuirraghtyn er yn aa-scrutaght. Ta'n aa-scrutaght, yn aa-scrutaght neu-chrogheydagh, er jeet dy ve ayn ynrican er coontey jantyssyn ny sheshaghtyn keirdey. As she jeh'n scansh syrjey, cre erbee vees ny moyllaghyn t'ayn, dy vel bree currit daue as ry akin ec y theay.
 

Union has seen numbers rise during DESC dispute

One of the teaching unions involved in the ongoing pay dispute with the education department says it's to reballot members over industrial action because it's membership has increased.

The NASUWT began balloting its Island members earlier this month.

Local negotiating secretary for the organisation, Geraldine O'Neill, says a recently-announced pay rise doesn't affect the ongoing dispute.

When asked if further industrial action was inevitable, Ms O'Neill says it's up to members:

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