Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and logistics firm DHL said on Monday plans were in place to minimise the impact on production at the carmaker’s British plants from a threatened strike by DHL staff. About 750 of the 1,000 DHL employees serving JLR’s plants at Castle Bromwich and Solihull in central England voted for a walkout last week over the company’s refusal to award them similar terms and conditions to some JLR staff. The Unite union wants a 12.8 per cent pay rise over two years for employees who sort parts and 20.6 per cent for drivers. DHL ...
Strike contingency plans ready: JLR
DHL employees at JLR's plants at Castle Bromwich and Solihull in central England voted for a walkout last week