DHL-owned UK Mail is facing legal action after allegedly “forcing” some 6,000 of its drivers to accept a £2,000 pay cut or lose their jobs.
The GMB union said drivers at 55 sites across the country were being “marched” into offices and told to sign the new contracts or “their services would no longer be required”.
National officer for the GMB Mick Rix told The Loadstar the new contracts affected around 6,000 …
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Source: The Loadstar