XPO tanker drivers call off strike action after 27% pay rise


XPO said it had remained “an employer of choice” for fuel tanker drivers after striking a deal with the union which raised pay by an average of GBP12,000. “The vastly improved” deal was agreed after the 57 drivers on the outsourced Tesco petrol station contract recorded a 100% vote for strike action following an initial offer.

The Unite union said the drivers were determined to improve their rate as they were on lower pay than their competitors.

Fresh talks were […]

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