Unite has ruled out any further strike action at UPS’s London depot for the remainder of the year. The union, whose members staged a walkout last month at the Camden site, had been threatening to strike this Friday (20 December) over the dismissal of a Unite shop steward. However, in a statement today the union said it had agreed to further talks. Unite regional officer Onay Kasab said: “After the management agreed to reinstate our shop steward, who, in our […]
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