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Unite calls off strike action at Communisis Crewe

Strike action at the Communisis cheque printing operation in Crewe has been called off after Unite members and management settled a dispute over pay.

Sector scepticism over four-day working week

Printers are hesitant to embrace a four-day working week, an idea being mooted by the TUC as way workers could benefit from increases in productivity driven by technological advances.

Paragon CC seeks solution to pay dispute at Nottingham

Unite members at Paragon CC’s Nottingham site are preparing a ballot on industrial action over a disagreement on pay and conditions.

Strike action suspended at Communisis Crewe for fresh talks

Strike action at Communisis’ cheque plant in Crewe has been suspended after management made a revised offer to Unite members in a bid to resolve the pay dispute.

Communisis staff at Crewe to strike over pay dispute

Unite members at Communisis’ cheque operations base in Crewe have voted in favour of strike action after rejecting an offer from the company to resolve a pay dispute.

Pensord slims capacity to focus on sustainable work

Sheetfed magazine specialist Pensord is investing over £3.3m in highly automated kit as it rolls out a future-proofing strategy at the business centred on profitable capacity.

Campaign launched to keep passport production in the UK

Unite the union has teamed up with the Daily Mirror newspaper to launch its campaign calling for the production of UK passports to remain in the UK.

Death announced of trade unionist Baroness Dean

Baroness Dean, a Labour peer and the first woman to lead a major trade union, has died aged 74.

Unite calls for 'urgent talks' with Trinity Mirror over jobs worries

Print operations at Trinity Mirror and West Ferry Printers will be unaffected for the time being following Trinity's acquisition of Northern & Shell's publishing assets, although Unite has called for “urgent consultation” over longer-term concerns for workers’ job security.

New year predictions: Louisa Bull, Unite the Union

Louisa Bull, national officer at Unite's Graphical, Paper, Media & IT Sector, is hoping 2018 will be a better year when it comes to apprenticeships and the upskilling of existing industry employees. A general election and a Champions League win for Chelsea are also on her wish-list.

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