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Comment from GMB Union on DHL Drivers at JCB Backing Industrial Action

GMB union members at DHL working on JCB World Logistics have backed industrial action in a dispute over an ‘unacceptable’ pay offer from DHL management.

Dozens of GMB members, employed by delivery giant DHL, voted xx per cent per cent to proceed to a formal strike ballot

Depending on the result of the ballot, walk-outs at DHL could take place later in the Autumn.

Stuart Harrison, GMB Regional Organiser, comments: “The latest offer received from company management is unacceptable; GMB union members at DHL have rejected it overwhelmingly.

“These workers are absolutely central to the running of global construction giant JCB, the fact they’ve been so badly ignored and undervalued for DHL for a number of years is frankly staggering.

“The next steps for GMB are clear, a formal vote will now take place. We urge company management to bring a real offer to the table before it’s too late.”

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  • GMB Union

    GMB is a trade union that represents all workers in the United Kingdom. We have over 500,000 members who work in every type of job imaginable across public services and in private companies too. Our members work in full-time jobs, part-time jobs or are working while they study. GMB’s job is very simple: to get the best deal possible for you. When you’re at work, it’s always good to know that someone is on your side - that’s our job.

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GMB Union

GMB is a trade union that represents all workers in the United Kingdom. We have over 500,000 members who work in every type of job imaginable across public services and in private companies too. Our members work in full-time jobs, part-time jobs or are working while they study. GMB’s job is very simple: to get the best deal possible for you. When you’re at work, it’s always good to know that someone is on your side - that’s our job.
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