Supply chain managers at the Post Office have voiced their discontent over a pay deal that would have seen them awarded an unconsolidated lump sum averaging 2.5% a year for two years. In a ballot organised by the Unite union, nearly 96% of those taking part from the supply chain group voted to reject the proposal. Turnout among supply chain managers was just under 75%. Unite officer for the Communication Managers Association, Brian Scott, told Motortransport.co.uk the pay offer was […]
Industrial action at Royal Mail appears to be off the table after managers were offered an improved pay deal.
The Co-operative Food is “pleased” with the outcome of its dispute with around 700 members of staff, which was sparked by the planned transfer of 87 drivers at its Coventry depot to Eddie Stobart Logistics.