Tradesmen back Daily Record's Save Our Tea Break campaign

Tradesmen back Daily Record's Save Our Tea Break campaign
 

WORKERS supped a cuppa yesterday and toasted the Record’s Save Our Tea Break campaign.
Yesterday, we revealed how bosses at Ineos’ Grangemouth petrochemical plant, owned by billionaire Jim Ratcliffe, are trying to axe the morning tea break for contractors at the site.
They want to get rid of the 10am brew-up for contract staff, claiming it leads to “high levels of unproductive time”.
The move fuelled fears other bosses would follow suit if the plan goes ahead.
Yesterday, Record staff filled teacups for thirsty workers as part of our campaign.
Plumber Fraser Allan, 33, from Airdrie, said:... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 39
Source: Daily Record
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