Industrial action at Royal Mail appears to be off the table after managers were offered an improved pay deal. The long-running pay dispute began when around 4,800 managers at the company refused a proposed pay increase of 1.3% for the year beginning September 2015. After talks with Unite, Royal Mail has reviewed the offer and proposed a new two-year pay deal. The deal would see the managers receive a 1.6% for the year started September 2015, then a further 1.3% beginning […]
Royal Mail is considering applying a fuel surcharge to some of its contract parcels and mail services, while rival carrier UK Mail has reduced parcel prices for SMEs.
Whistl has become the first company to secure a postal contract with the Government of Northern Ireland which will see it process 20m items of mail a year.
Both DHL and the RHA have urged Grangemouth Refinery owner Ineos, the Unite union and workers at the plant, to swiftly resolve their differences and resume fuel production.