GXO calls off strikes after improved pay offer

GXO calls off strikes after improved pay offer
 

Strikes involving GXO drivers on the outsourced Co-op contract have been suspended after the company put forward an improved pay offer. More than 330 lorry drivers and transport clerks based at GXO's distribution centre in St Helens were due to hold an initial 48 hour strike beginning on Tuesday 31 May. But following an improved pay offer, the first strike has been called off to allow members of the Unite union to be balloted on the new offer.

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