Lloyds told to talk to workers about pay rises

More than 190 workers represented by the trade union Mandate are arguing that they should be given improvements in their pay and conditions

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
6th May, 2018

The LloydsPharmacy chain has been told by the Labour Court to hold talks with nearly 200 workers looking for improvements in sick pay, annual leave, overtime and other work conditions.

More than 190 workers represented by the trade union Mandate are arguing that they should be given improvements in their pay and conditions, stating that their claims are “no more than what exist in the most direct and relevant competitor to LloydsPharmacy”.

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