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Labour Court tells Tesco to make up with Mandate

Court notes ‘poor state of the parties’ collective relationship’

11th March, 2018

Tesco has been told to repair the “poor state” of its relationship with the trade union Mandate in a Labour Court recommendation.

The Labour Court issued the recommendation in response to two claims.

The first was based on a claim for a 3 per cent wage increase for 2017, an additional 500 full-time jobs, a wage increase weighted in favour of those on the lower hourly rates of pay and a review of current weekly hours.

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