To make their point, the employees will be following the recommendation of their union, Unite, embarking on a strike on June 28 and 30 and July 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. According to local news outlet Coventry Telegraph, Unite general secretary Sharon Graham had the following to say: “CabAuto should be thoroughly ashamed of itself. This workforce is making cars for the super-rich but their employer, sitting on millions, keeps them on rock bottom pay and refuses a reasonable wage rise. This sort of disgraceful inequality is why workers in this country have had enough.”
With global stock markets trading at remarkably low points lately, it remains to be seen how CabAuto will respond to the demands of more money, but hopefully, the issue will be resolved soon.
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