Peugeot strike action averted

Union
Amicus has suspended planned industrial action at Peugeot following last-minute
talks.

Amicus
said it called off the strike after Peugeot promised to improve bonus payments
and proposals that it would make increased employee pension scheme contributions.

Duncan
Simpson, Amicus national secretary automotive, said: "At last common sense
has prevailed. Now our members will be given the opportunity of deciding if the
company’s offer is acceptable.

"If
they reject the offer, then and only then will industrial action  be continued."

By
Quentin Reade

 

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