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A national pre-Christmas strike affecting essential Post Office cash supplies loomed closer today after workers voted by over 90 per cent to reject a "derisory" pay offer from the company.
CWU said it was honoured to be shortlisted by the Living Wage Foundation for the Living Wage Champion Awards.
CWU members Steve Rowlands and Marc Pastorelli are taking on the Hadrian's Wall Walk in memory of Mel Holmes and in aid of CWU Humanitarian Aid.
The youngest mayor in the UK received a rousing welcome from the CWU Womens conference as she declared that the suffragettes "were not not killed and force fed, so that we could keep the status quo."
The CWU announced this week (Tuesday) that it has lodged a formal claim for future entitlements and back pay with Royal Mail following three landmark Employment Tribunal cases regarding the EU's 1998 Working Time Directive.
The Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) select committee's investigation into competition in the UK postal sector, announced yesterday (Wednesday), is welcome by CWU
The Communication Workers Union (CWU) announced yesterday (Wednesday) that Romec workers voted 96 per cent in favour of accepting a 2.5 per cent pay increase.
CWU has a delegation attending the Labour conference in Manchester, this week. The delegation is led by General Secretary, Billy Hayes and also includes deputy general secretaries Dave Ward and Andy Kerr.
CWU has negotiated voluntary changes with Openreach over winter attendances this year.
Five Glasgow learning reps were presented with People Make Glasgow - Inspiring City Awards last week in recognition of their work at the city's mail centre.
CWU HQ played host to the pilot of the European Network Gender Project this week, welcoming an all-female delegation from UNI Global Union, UNI Europa as well as the Italian General Confederation of Labour (CGIL) and the Spanish Labour Union (CCOO).
London Assembly Member Murad Qureshi today (Wednesday) challenged Mayor of London Boris Johnson on why he gave TNT Post's expansion in the capital publicity, despite the company's record on poverty pay.