Dec 22, 2020

Royal Mail ends two-year dispute with union in 'landmark' deal

Royal Mail has agreed what unions have called a "Landmark" deal to settle a long-running dispute over pay and conditions. Under the agreement, Royal Mail will be able to prioritise its fast-growing parcels for investment. "Royal Mail's interim executive chairman Keith Williams said:"We have a window of opportunity to focus Royal Mail on what our customers want today - an ever-growing need for more parcels, whilst providing a sustainable letters service. Union resistance to the overhaul contributed to Mr Black's resignation in May. "This agreement marks the end of our two year dispute with Royal Mail Group and brings closure to one of the most adversarial periods of our history," CWU said. On Monday, Royal Mail suspended mail services to mainland Europe.

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