Tesco 5.5% pay rise gets lukewarm thumbs-up from union

Tesco lorry driving on a road
The 5.5 per cent rise comes  after Unite members rejected a four per cent deal
// Tesco had previously called its first offer one of the highest in its distribution business for 25 years
// The 5.5 per cent rise comes  after Unite members rejected a four per cent deal

Tesco’s offer of a pay boost is “the least… workers could expect”, a trade union has said, as the retailer tried to avert Christmas strikes.

The 5.5 per cent increase, which will go up to six per cent in February, comes after Unite members rejected a four per cent deal.

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