Both the fuel industry and the Royal Mail offer terrible service and huge price increases. How can they get away with it” If an SME acted in the same way, it would be business suicide.
The fuel strikes are just a rehearsal for the next big industrial action: public transport during the Olympics. Why should businesses care, asks Charlie Mullins.
The petrol strikes are irresponsible and idiotic, says Jan Cavelle. Ministers and unions need to reach an agreement.
Unilever employees are going on strike again. Here are six negotiating techniques for breaking industrial action and reaching a deal.
Who said strikes were bad for the economy” Last November’s public sector strikes resulted in the biggest online shopping day of the year, new research shows.
It’s the biggest single day of industrial unrest since the Winter of Discontent and it’s doing huge damage to the fabric of the UK economy.
Tomorrow’s public sector strikes are a “nightmare” for businesses, says a leading business organisation.
Strikes bring back horrible memories of the bad old days of the seventies and eighties, when the country came to a standstill because of disgruntled workers “fighting for their rights”.