Royal Mail “hopeful” CWU will agree to new proposal

Royal Mail “hopeful” CWU will agree to new proposal

Royal Mail has written to the CWU to say that if the union provides a binding commitment to remove the threat of strike action over the Christmas period, Royal Mail will enter into discussions without preconditions

  • Royal Mail will also extend the life of the ballot result by the same amount of time as the pause on industrial action
  • The Company is hopeful that the CWU will agree so Royal Mail can continue to deliver the best possible service to its customers during this vital time of year
  • The recent ballot result for industrial action does not necessarily mean that industrial action will take place

Ricky McAulay, Royal Mail National Service Delivery Director said: “If the CWU agrees to rule out industrial action for the remainder of the calendar year – a critical time for our customers, we will commit to holding open discussions with no preconditions aimed at resolving the dispute.”

The recent ballot result for industrial action does not necessarily mean that industrial action will take place.

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