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Royal Mail Strikes

By Chris Dawson February 1, 2018 - 1:11 pm

Royal Mail and CWU reach agreement following dispute

Royal Mail and the CWU have reached an agreement acceptable to both parties. The proposed agreement has been approved by the Royal Mail Board and following consideration by the executive of the union they will recommend that CWU members vote in favour of it in

Royal Mail and CWU Joint Statement on negotiators agreement

The Royal Mail and CWU have struck a deal with a negotiators agreement which both sides believe is acceptable to postal workers and will enable Royal Mail to move forward for the future. A joint statement was issued this morning signed by Jon Millidge, Royal

CWU Postal Strikes look increasingly unlikely for 2018

We've been adding up the numbers according to our estimated Royal Mail and CWU Mediation Process Timeline and whichever way we add up the weeks there's nothing stopping the CWU from now calling postal strikes should they wish to. So far as we can tell, the

UK Postal dispute Christmas update

It's been two weeks today since Royal Mail and the CWU revealed that the mediators report regarding the UK Postal dispute had been received and disclosed the recommendations within it. So what happens now? Our Royal Mail and CWU Mediation Process Timeline showed a week for

Royal Mail and CWU await mediators report

We believe that the mediation talks between the Royal Mail and the CWU have progressed to the stage where the mediator, Professor Lynette Harris, is preparing her report. We estimate that this could be delivered as early as next week. "The talks have been difficult and

The Royal Mail and CWU Mediation Process Timeline

Article updated 16/10/2017 to reflect more accurately the time line specifically adding in likely time periods for steps 1) and 2) and change the expected total mediation period to be 7 weeks minimum (up from 5 weeks) after a mediator is appointed Today the Royal Mail

Delivering Christmas: how to avoid a peak trading meltdown

Andy Hill, Director at Sorted looks at the issues retailer are facing in the fun up to Christmas. With Royal Mail seeking a high court injunction to stop the threatened strikes, it's by no means certain that they will go ahead but it's time to

Royal Mail to seek High Court injunction to halt CWU strikes

Royal Mail has confirmed that it will be seeking a legal injunction in the High Court to prevent a 48 hour the CWU strikes called for next week starting on the 19th of October at 11am. Royal Mail believe that the strike date announced is illegal because

The impact of Royal Mail going to the High Court

Royal Mail insist that notification of industrial action from the CWU doesn’t mean industrial action will go ahead. If the notification isn't withdrawn by the CWU, then at high noon today, Royal Mail will go to the High Court to seek an injunction blocking the