Jaguar's union pay deal opens door to change

Churchard, Claire
November 2010
People Management;11/11/2010, p10
The article analyzes the pay deal between Jaguar Land Rover and unions on October 2010. According to Des Thurlby, human resource director of the carmaker, the deal marks a change in workers' terms and conditions, as the headline terms involve a 5% pay rise by November and a 3% more next year. He also noted that company outlined their plans on the cost base and working practices, including a reduction in the rate paid to new hires.


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