Ireland - Month of strikes at Lloyd’s pharmacies - June 30, 2018

After work stoppages earlier this month, workers at the Lloyd’s Pharmacy chain say they will escalate their industrial action with three full-day stoppages in July unless management engages with their trade union Mandate. Mandate said the company had refused to negotiate with the union. Lloyds Pharmacy said it already negotiated with an in-house Colleague Representative Council. Mandate union represents 220 of the company's 800 retail workers and drivers. The union is demanding a pay increase and incremental pay scales, a sick pay scheme, security of hours with no zero-hour contracts, and improved annual leave and public holiday entitlements.

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