Hinduja Global increases pay offer from 3.5% to over 10%
Members of the PCS civil service union have won a major victory, securing a pay rise of more than ten percent in place of Hinduja Global’s original 3.5% offer, after a lengthy battle. PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka welcomed the win and paid tribute to the workers who achieved it:
I’m immensely proud of our members at Hinduja Global Solutions in Liverpool for their fight and resilience during this long-running dispute and securing a pay rise of over 10%.
To secure this pay rise when the initial offer amounted to just 3.5% is a great victory and sends out a positive message to our 100,000 members taking strike action next week.
When our members stand up for themselves and stick together it shows they can win the pay rise they deserve.
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