The GMB union has accused Yodel’s management of “playing the role of Scrooge and saying ‘Bah humbug!’ ” following news that full-time workers at the courier service will not be paid their December wages until they return to work in January, leaving many out of pocket for the period between Christmas and New Year. Meanwhile, temporary workers at the company are to be paid every two weeks and therefore will be paid during the festive season. At the same time, […]
Yodel has appointed Neil Lloyd as chief executive, following the departure of Jonathan Smith in January.
Yodel is trialling a new vetting system for staff supplied to it after a subcontractor was fined £4,000 for employing an illegal worker.
Yodel has suspended one of its couriers after publication of a YouTube video apparently showing one of its team throwing a parcel containing a Tower of London ceramic poppy over a fence.