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Waste company SITA, which provides services in Doncaster, says they are unable to meet a pay increase proposed by union workers. Refuse staff in the town have planned 2 days of strike action, followed by a continues strike.
Nick Browning, Logistics General Manager at SITA UK said:
"The Union has asked for an average pay increase of 13 per cent for our colleagues in Doncaster, which is entirely unreasonable. We cannot justify increasing the offer of 1.7 per cent that we have made nationally to all of our employees.
Further strike dates have been announced by refuse workers in Doncaster. They had already planned individual strikes on 28th September and 1st October, but from 2nd October a continues strike will begin.
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