Strike threat from West Coast Main Line staff over 'poverty pay'

Strike threat from West Coast Main Line staff over 'poverty pay'
 

Staff working for the West Coast Main Line rail service are being balloted for strike action over what a trade union called "poverty pay".
The move by rail union RMT is in relation to a pay dispute with logistics group DHL which it says could undermine the wages of members to poverty levels.
The £30 million catering supply contract on the West Coast Mail Line service was outsourced by operater Virgin Trains to DHL in 2014.
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RMT said that DHL had offered its staff an increase of 1.75 per cent, effective from July 1 this year, but... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 46
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