Retailer Argos has said it managed to operate a normal service for customers despite a strike by warehouse staff at five of its distribution centres on Friday. The 24-hour strike was organised by union Unite in protest over proposed changes to terms and conditions arising from the retailer’s ongoing five-year supply chain transformation plan. The plan involves a new 24/7 shift pattern at its distribution centres that will “severely disrupt” staff’s personal and family lives, the union has stated. Before […]
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