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馃毃 BREAKING: CWU make further attempt to resolve ongoing Royal Mail Group dispute with offer of urgent negotiations.

The ball is firmly in the court of Royal Mail Group CEO, Simon Thompson.

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If you didn't get what you wanted by striking on Black Friday, take the hint.
 
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The distance between each strike date is giving royal mail time to recover! Ideally we should have been on strike tomorrow as well. Not to mention we should have been flooding the network with leaflets and union mailshots to increase that pressure.
 
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How can we negotiate with someone who doesn't want a deal? He seems more interested in trolling his own staff on social media than trying to find a compromise that will move the company forward. No other CEO would act this stubborn, pigheaded and deluded and not be fired.
 
 
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The bizarre behaviour of the CEO has shown he doesn't want an agreement with the Union. The madman needs ousting or Royal Mail as we know it is dead!
 
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Dave Ward is on a nice earner, 拢140k, 5 x what a postie gets, CWU gets approximately 拢22m a year, how about halfing the subs to help the guys out
 
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With only 33 followers take the hint lol
 
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Simon Thompson, hatchet man.
 
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Remember the days when mail used to hit our house at 8am latest, now your lucky to see lunch time. Push that back by 3 hours the day has gone.
 
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Tails between the legs comes to mind
 
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Simon Thompson Needs a boot in the haw maws !!
 
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Thanks for sharing. I know some don't care about details, but they are important. If a companies employees goes to strike, their CEO should be investigated IMO.
 
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Watch Thomson bury his head in the sand. He knows he is out of his depth.
 
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It鈥檚 a good letter, but sadly I think a certain person is actually happy to not reach an agreement. More strikes equals more financial loss. More loss will equal excuses for more redundancies, more casuals to replace us and weaken the Cwu with less members.
 
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Also just to add, 10000 postal workers (CWU) members taking redundancy would cost the union around 拢1.9 million a year in lost subs.
 
 
 
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Think the main problem,1 of many is wanting to make 10000 postorder redundant even when there is already 11000 agency workers working in the business & any new starters being owner drivers so not far down the line a good proportion of employees in the company will be on less cash
 
 
 
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3 hour later starts is just asking to give mail delivery side away to someone else who will get things through the letter box at a reasonable hour.
 
 
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If you/we don鈥檛 hear anything positive back announce every day possible 鉁婐煆
 
 
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How the hell is a British man so happily destroying a 500 year British company and thousands of British peoples jobs and finding it funny to do so by taunting and goading his employees . How the hell is this man not being held to question by the board 馃槨
 
 
 
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Breaking: CWU ignore warning that talks are off if BAFO ignored, then ask for more talks, offering no reason to do so
 
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Deliveries are already late enough as it is. Been even later is taking the damn piss. Royal mail needs to evolve. We all know that. But really royal mail and the rail services need to be looking at more flexible 24/7 approach to evolution.
 
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