Jun 12, 2017
BMW workers reject new offer in pensions dispute
Workers at car giant BMW have voted to reject an offer aimed at resolving a long-running dispute over pensions. Unite union members based at plants in Cowley, Goodwood, near Chichester, Hams Hall in the West Midlands and Swindon, turned down the offer by 56.6%. Workers have already staged four walkouts during the dispute, which is over the closure of a final-salary pension scheme. BMW said the offer was "Fair" and it was disappointed at the ballot result. Three 24-hour strikes scheduled in May were suspended while workers considered the offer, which the union did not recommend to its members. "We believe the offer, which resulted from lengthy negotiations with the union since September last year, was fair."
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