Royal Mail and CWU fail to reach agreement

Royal Mail and CWU fail to reach agreement

The latest talks between Royal Mail and the CWU have failed to bring the ongoing threat of further strike action at an end.

A Royal Mail spokesperson said: “After 11 months of talks, including mediation by Sir Brendan Barber and Acas, we are deeply concerned that our talks with CWU have concluded without an agreement.

“We made substantial efforts to reach an agreement, including making a number of further improvements to our offer. These improvements were all based on feedback from the CWU, and we were hopeful that the CWU would put a deal to its members.

“We remain committed to reaching an agreement with the CWU. We have been clear throughout the dispute that not transforming our network and working practices is not an option in a business losing £1 million a day. In the best interests of our customers and the job security of our postmen and women, change cannot be delayed any further.”


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