Jaguar Land Rover Case: Voting to Take Place in 2 Weeks
As per recent reports, it has been unveiled that Unite members walked out of their shifts for 30 minutes before they started their work. They did not even do overtime and banned the same.
It has been found that the action has affected four sites in West Midlands. The affected sites were JLR plants that are at Solihull and Castle Bromwich. The third site that was affected was the NAC Tyre Fort storage warehouse and the Hams Hall distribution centre was the fourth affected site.
Unite, British union, said that they have recommended a pay settlement for workers who have been working Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). It was then found that pay talks took place, which included unions, workers, bosses at DHL and NAC, Staffline and Milestones.
When asked from Unite executive officer Tony Woodley, he was of the view that the pay deal will bring equality in pay among workers working at four different companies. All the four companies are said to be owned by Tata Motors.
"Unite's joint negotiating committee is unanimously recommending the settlement to the members who will vote in the next two weeks", said Woodley. The union has said that they cannot provide the pay deal.
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