Wincanton staff at B&Q hub join GXO HGV drivers in strike action over “poverty pay”


 

Wincanton has repeated its insistence that the pay offer to staff at B&Q's distribution warehouse in Worksop was fair and competitive, after workers said they were escalating previous industrial action to all-out strikes.

The home improvement retailer was facing disruption on multiple fronts following an announcement by the Unite union that GXO HGV drivers working for B&Q in Cambuslang, Scotland and Doncaster were also considering strike action, in response to what it described as a below inflation pay offer.

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