The Unite union is still pursuing claims on behalf of former employees at Grangemouth haulier Duncan Adams, which entered administration in March. However, regional officer Mark Lyon warned that it could take years for the 50 claims to be processed by the employment tribunal. The union said Duncan Adams had failed to consult with staff about their redundancies before it was wound down following significant losses. Lyon said: “It can take years to work through the tribunal list. It’s not […]
Unite has launched legal action against two agencies, used by Wincanton and the Co-op, which the union claims are using “sham and bogus” self-employment practices.
More than 1,400 warehouse staff at Argos DCs began a two-week strike today (17 May) fearing a “contracting-out culture” and job security.
Davis Haulage, which was sold to Buffaload Logistics for £1.8m late last year, got into trouble after overextending itself, according to a report from administrator Leonard Curtis.