UNION officials are set to visit workers at the Acc-rington branch of troubled tour operator MyTravel today (friday).
The action follows the shock announcement last week that 700 jobs could be axed as the company struggles with financial difficulties.
GMB representatives will meet staff from MyTravel's 478-strong workforce at Acc-rington's Globe Centre to outline their concerns for the future.
The union is not officially recognised by MyTravel, so they will have to remain outside the building where they will hand out information packs and contact details to passing employees.
The GMB has expressed concerns over the future of workers in Lancashire and claim that the company has so far refused to meet them.
North West GMB official Neil Holden said: "We were at Rochdale earlier this week when we gave out 450 information packs. Our impression is that Rochdale could close or that they could shut the outlying branches and move everyone into Rochdale.
"What we are saying is if workers are affected, contact us immediately. We are telling people who are not members to give us a call if they are unsure of anything. We have invited MyTravel to talk and it declines every time. Because we have not got official recognition it can do that."
Bosses at MyTravel, formally Airtours, have now entered into a consultation period with staff, and say that if financial conditions don't improve they could be forced to shed 700 of their 15,000 UK employees. The company has so far been unable to confirm if the axe will fall on Accrington.