ArrowXL rejects ‘poverty pay’ claims as strike action escalates


ArrowXL has defended renewed accusations from a section of its workforce that it is offering 'poverty pay rates' and insisted ongoing strikes had caused minimal disruption.

The 350 workers, who represent less than 30% of the overall workforce, undertake two-person deliveries for retailers including Amazon, Very Group, LG Electronics, Richer Sounds and Buy it Direct and have been taking strike action every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday since Monday 24 October.

Unite members employed by the delivery firm are demonstrating outside [...]

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