Unison members employed by the Scottish charity Quarriers struck for 24 hours on 6 September in opposition to plans to impose brutal pay cuts.
Quarriers provides support for some of the most vulnerable and distressed adults and children in Scotland, including adults with disabilities and epilepsy sufferers.
Over 560 of its employees are now at risk of a 10% pay cut. Others stand to lose as much as 23%.
In addition to pay cuts, Quarriers is proposing cuts to sick pay, cuts to maternity, paternity and adoption pay, scrapping redeployment salary protection, increased pensions contributions, and