The Unite union is predicting a “long hot smelly summer of bin strikes” in south London after it claimed Serco had failed to enter into negotiations over deteriorating industrial relations. Strike action among 140 refuse workers in Bexley began on 12 July and the union said they were now entering their third week in a row over pay and victimisation of workers. Additional walk outs have now been scheduled from Monday 9 August for a fortnight and Unite said they […]
DHL Supply Chain has again been forced to defend itself against union claims that it is “endangering thousands” with “inadequate” coronavirus social distancing and safety measures and by forcing self-isolating workers to survive on statutory sick pay (SSP).
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) has rejected Royal Mail’s pay rise offer, labelling it as a “sweetener to swallow some very bitter pills”.
Union Prospect has confirmed it is once again contemplating industrial action over the new contracts the DVSA is seeking to get its vehicle testing staff to sign in order to accommodate its move to the Next Generation Testing (NGT) model at authorised testing facilities (ATFs).