Lloyds Pharmacy calling for an end to the strike as the Union is planning 10 days of strikes

  • Lloyds Pharmacy calling for an end to the strike as the Union is planning 10 days of strikes
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    Lloyds Pharmacy Union calls on the mandate to abolish the ninth day of the strike this weekend, insisting the employees agreed to the new conditions.
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Lloyds Pharmacy Union calls on the mandate to abolish the ninth day of the strike this weekend, insisting the employees agreed to the new conditions.

The British pharmaceutical company, which employs about a thousand employees across the country, said the man agreed to the new conditions recommended by the internal organ and the strike must be cancelled.

New conditions, which include the plate of the working day, higher wages and additional annual leave for long service employees will take effect next week.

The pay increase is implemented will be applied retroactively from April, and voluntary severance will be provided.

“Our employees are pleased agreed to a pay increase, working conditions and support measures in the framework of a coherent company-wide bulletins. This provides a positive Road map for all employees to enjoy improved rewards and advantages in terms of security on a solid footing,” a company spokesman said.

“Further strike is reckless and threatens the secure platform we have created for business. Disrupting your business is counterproductive and will not bring any improvements that were concluded, the staff and management for many months,” he said.

However, the mandate said that it would be a continuation of the action in tomorrow’s strike, and to announce additional dates scheduled until November.

“Unfortunately, given the attitude of the company we are left with no choice but to escalate the dispute, and no doubt this will cause even more stress and anxiety for clients and patients,” said John Douglas of the mandate trade Union.

96pc of 270 employees represented by the Union voted against the recommendation for internal body last month.

Mandate insists on the ninth day of the strike will go ahead with a few extra days added. These include:

September 3 and 4, 2018

On 1 and 2 October 2018

November 1, 2, 3 and 5, 2018

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