Posties slam Mail bosses’ legal bid to crush their strike



CWU tells employer to actually address members’ concerns
MAIL bosses should ditch “court-room politics” and listen to posties, a major union said yesterday as bosses sought an injunction against the first national post strike since privatisation.
Royal Mail executives called on the High Court to crush the 48-hour walkout, which will begin on October 19. They say a “legally binding external mediation process” agreed when the post was privatised in 2013 means the strike is unlawful.
The company, which is facing fierce opposition to changes to its pension scheme, gave the Communication Workers... read more

 
10 October 2017 in Editorial, Views: 60
Source: Morning Star
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