Booker drivers accept new pay offer

Booker drivers accept new pay offer
 

The threat of strike action among HGV drivers at Tesco-owned wholesaler Booker Retail Partners has been lifted after drivers accepted a new pay deal.

The Unite union said industrial action was cancelled following a vote on the offer from the company.

The long-running dispute involving all 40 drivers at Booker’s Thamesmead depot centred on what they claimed was a failure of the Tesco subsidiary to include them in a temporary GBP5 an hour pay uplift which the company had granted […][1]


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