Form the Sharp End

March 2011
Truck & Driver;Mar2011, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the issue of salary cut faced by the agency drivers hired by Royal Mail Group Ltd. in Great Britain. The company has stated that it has taken this decision just to protect the job of its drivers wheras the industry people are angry and believes that it was done only to make its own profit. These agency drivers were hired by Manpower Inc. and it is believed that the Communication Workers Union (CWU) is also ignoring the plight of these workers.


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