DX Group has become the latest target of union GMB’s campaign against the ‘gig economy’. The union has launched legal proceedings against the Slough-based firm on behalf of six DX Group workers who say they are being denied their rights as workers. The workers are classed as self employed contractors but law firm Leigh Day will argue in court that they should be classed as workers, making them potential employees. If the case is successful, DX will be forced to […]
Hermes is likely to appeal an employment tribunal’s decision that 15 of its self-employed couriers should be classed as employees, on the grounds that it goes against evidence and previous decisions.
Warehouse staff at DHL Supply Chain’s Cherwell Campus site in Banbury, Oxfordshire, are set to strike after further negotiations between the GMB union and the company failed to resolve an ongoing pay dispute.
DX Group has had its revised planning application for a ‘super hub’ at Essington in the West Midlands rejected by the local council.