Fujitsu workers represented by the Unite union will travel to the House of Commons tomorrow to raise awareness about changes to their pay and working conditions.
The plan was announced last week, and the union has now confirmed the issues that the workers will be raising.
A statement released by Unite said that employees will be carrying placards with the messages 'Don't delete our jobs' and 'Don't crash our pensions'.
The action will highlight an Early Day Motion in the House of Commons in which Labour MP Tony Lloyd will voice his support.
The affected Fujitsu employees are facing 100 compulsory redundancies, due to take place before the end of this month, as well as a pay freeze and changes to final salary pension schemes which are likely to cost workers up to 20 per cent of their overall salaries.
"These workers are saying enough is enough. We are coming to Westminster to impress upon parliament that Fujitsu should not be using cuts to employees' jobs, pay and pensions in the UK as a cash cow to boost the profits of the company worldwide," said Peter Skyte, Unite national officer for the IT sector.
"We urge Fujitsu now to work with us on settling this dispute in the interests of the company, the workforce and our members."
Workers at the firm have a number of one-day strikes ahead of them, the last of which is scheduled for 8 February.
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