Jun 30, 2022
Thousands of BT workers vote to strike over pay
Thousands of BT workers have voted to go on strike in a dispute over pay. Openreach engineers and 9,000 BT call centre workers were balloted and overwhelmingly backed industrial action, the Communication Workers Union said. BT said it was disappointed and would "Work to keep our customers and the country connected." The CWU - the union for all BT Group employees - announced that on a 74.8% turnout, the union's 30,000 Openreach engineers voted by 95.8% to take strike action. It said BT staff, including 9,000 call centre workers, voted by 91.5% on a 58.2% turnout for strike action.
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