The 300 packers, pickers and drivers voted by a significant majority to accept the improved offer
Unite said today that the company was finalising the legal details to TUPE an unknown number of the 80 remaining staff to a yet-to-be identified new employer
Unite regional officer Adrian Ross said: “We are requesting talks with the company today. It is a worrying development for the 800 employees involved and also, more generally, for the West Midlands economy."
RMT TO RECOMMEND ACCEPTANCE OF REVISED CALMAC PAY OFFER IN REFERENDUM BALLOT OF MEMBERS
NEW PAY OFFER NEGOTIATED: REFERENDUM TO BE HELD
STRIKE ACTION STILL ON – STAND FIRM
DELIVERY PLAN – INTERCITY EAST COAST
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