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 […]
A dispute over the transfer of 87 Coventry-based Co-operative Food drivers to haulier Eddie Stobart looks set to be resolved after further negotiations.
Royal Mail and the Communication Workers Union have made “significant progress” in avoiding stike action at the recently privatised business.
Royal Mail has warned that revenue in its UK parcels business was lower than it anticipated in the last three months due to competition in the market for deliveries.