DHL drivers at Jaguar Land Rover plants threaten strike action over pay dispute

DHL drivers at Jaguar Land Rover plants threaten strike action over pay dispute
 

DHL drivers and warehouse operatives at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) plants in Birmingham, Solihull and Liverpool have given the thumbs up for industrial action following a long-running row over incorrect furlough payments and the lack of a pay rise since 2018.

More than 2,000 DHL members at JLR’s plants in the West Midlands and Merseyside who were balloted for action have given “strong backing” for industrial action, including the option to strike, Unite revealed today (15 November).

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