Strike action suspended at Tesco’s Booker Retail after management agrees pay review

Strike action suspended at Tesco’s Booker Retail after management agrees pay review
 

The strike by Booker Retail delivery drivers, which threatened to hit deliveries to 1,500 convenience stores in London and the south east ahead of Christmas, has been called off at the eleventh hour.

Unite the union said this week that the strike by the 45-strong workforce, due on Thursday (23 December) and Christmas Eve, was suspended until 31 January after Tesco subsidiary Booker Retail agreed to undertake a pay review in January, a move the union claim had previously been [...][1]



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