DVLA Swansea Contact Centre – Strike Action Planned?

Paul Williams, PCS Group President in the Department for Transport, said:

“DVLA’s argument is that retail and other service industry employees don’t get paid extra on Saturdays so they don’t need to pay it to their staff. But what they are really saying is that, whilst workers elsewhere in the civil service get extra weekend pay, South Wales is a ‘low wage economy’ and they can get therefore get away with paying less to Swansea staff. It’s completely unacceptable.”

“We have contingency arrangements in place to ensure we continue to provide a good service to our customers in the event of industrial action.”

The Union Ballot stared on Friday 10th July and closes Wednesday 22nd July 2015.

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