GMB and Unite trade union members in the firm's 54 factories will stage a second day of industrial action from 6am following last week's announcement that 27 sites are to close.
The Remploy site in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, is one of the factories earmarked for closure by the end of the year. Other sites in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Springburn got a reprieve as the UK Government said it would try to sell them.
Phil Davies, GMB national secretary, said: "Disabled people in Remploy have not taken lightly the decision to withdraw their labour. These are workers who do not have large amounts of savings, so for them to sacrifice a day's pay shows the passion with which they have been trying to save their jobs.
"This decision to force the closure of Remploy means that thousands of disabled people and their families will be put into poverty and their health is bound to suffer. Our members will be sent to the dole – what a disgrace. The Government should hang its head in shame."