Royal Mail workers’ strike – CANCELLED

by Neal Dodd on 31/10/2013

Owing to progress in talks over pay and pensions, the Royal Mail workers’ strike has been cancelled.

The strike had been planned to take place on Monday 4th November 2013, and the Communication Workers Unition (CWU) had served formal notice earlier this week.

The Royal Mail and CWU have said that they are ‘committed to finding an agreement’ by 13th November 2013.

The planned strike, for next Monday, would not have meant a great deal of disruption for Royal Mail Door to Door clients, as distribution of unaddressed items through the Royal Mail service can and does take place over a six day period (Monday to Saturday).

The cancellation of this strike means that the door drop distribution via Royal Mail will operate as normal next week, and it will also mean that Royal Mail Walk Bundling Centres will be open for delivery of bulk items.

If you do have any queries relating to the Royal Mail Door Drop service and what this door drop news means for you, please contact us today.

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