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Hard-working postal staff on the island of Jersey will be receiving a â€œwell-deservedâ€ pay increase in after voting by an overwhelming majority to accept a deal negotiated between the CWU and the busin
A new contract to deliver unaddressed mail to some 2.7 million UK homes is â€œgood news for everyone,â€ reports CWU national officer Bob Gibson.
Around 4,000 CWU Post Office members will be asked to elect National Post Office Territorial representatives, and in some locations will also be electing Crown and Supply Chain Area reps, in polls that open at the end of next week.
Through a pioneering partnership between CWU, North West Regional College and BT, six young unemployed young people from Northern Ireland successfully completed a 10-week work placement programme with the company last week.
An "excellent" recognition agreement has been achieved on behalf of employees of Gather and Gather - a subsidiary of Mitie - who provide staff catering services at Capita's customer service sites.
National CWU officers have repeated demands for direct government action and a full judicial inquiry into the Post Office's "outrageous" treatment of hard-working Postmasters, following last night's hard-hitting BBC Panorama report.
On Monday evening, the BBC's Panorama programme will be broadcasting reporter John Sweeney's investigation into the Post Office's prosecutions of dozens of postmasters who were blamed for errors created by unfit-for-purpose 'Horizon' computer account
Concerns are growing among Capita workers over the future of O2 work at two contact-centre sites, following the launch of a redundancy exercise by senior management.
BT job offers to Manpower staff working on the BT contract have now reached 700 since last November.
CWU negotiators are continuing to â€œmake every effortâ€ to resolve uncertainties around BT Openreach bossesâ€™ plans to restructure desk-based activities in the UK.