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Weetabix 24-hour strike called for start of August - Usdaw urges the company to resolve the dispute over shift pay

Date: 22 July 2021 Usdaw members at the Weetabix AP4 plant in Kettering, which produces cereal bars, voted unanimously for industrial action in a dispute over shift pay. The first stoppage will start at 7pm on Monday 2 August and will last for 24 hours.
Ed Leach – Usdaw Area Organiser says: “Industrial action is very much a last resort, but the unanimous vote to strike shows the strength of feeling among our members on this issue. It is disappointing that the company has pushed this dispute to the point of industrial action, which will not be resolved until an agreement is reached on the value of the shift premium pay for unsocial hours. We urge the company to move their position to avoid this industrial action and disruption to the business.”
Notes for editors:
Usdaw (Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers) is the UK's fifth biggest trade union with over 400,000 members. Membership has increased by more than one-third over the last couple of decades. Most Usdaw members work in the retail sector, but the union also has many members in transport, distribution, food manufacturing, chemicals and other trades.
For Usdaw press releases visit: http://www.usdaw.org.uk/news and you can follow us on Twitter @UsdawUnion

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