Talks to resolve the pay dispute at Peugeot’s plant in Coventry have broken off without an improved pay offer from management, said the T & G union.
Peugeot management and T & G officials met at the Ryton plant yesterday against a background of impending strike action from its workforce.
T & G chief negotiator Tony Woodley expressed his disappointment at the lack of progress made in the pay talks.
He said, “In spite of our call for more negotiations the company did not move to allow us to make progress yesterday.”
The union will meet again with Peugeot on Tuesday 8th May.