Hanson drivers to vote on strike action after rejecting 2.5% pay offer

Hanson drivers to vote on strike action after rejecting 2.5% pay offer
 

Over 200 Hanson lorry drivers and engineers are set to vote on strike action after rejecting a 2.5% pay offer from the company on the grounds that, with inflation running at 3.9%, the offer constitutes a pay cut.

Hanson’s drivers and engineers say they are also “deeply unhappy” at what they describe as “the high handed management style” at the company and a “marked lack of dignity” at work, union Unite revealed this week.

The ballot will open on Friday […][1]


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