Unilever workers will stage ten days of strike action this month after the firm pushed ahead with plans close its final salary pensions and replace it with career average.
Workers from three unions - Unite, USDAW and GMB - will walk out of shifts from next week onwards to protest the closure of the final salary accruals for 5,000 of its members in the firm's defined benefit...
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