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Strike at Moy Park Randalstown mill continues as employers refuse to pay the rate for the job.

Randalstown workers paid ‘chicken feed’ wages – some less than £5000 a year compared to workers at other Moy Park sites As Moy Park profits touch £90 million Unite exposes how poverty pay at Randalstown leaves workers borrowing to ‘make … Continue reading

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Moy Park shamed as Unite reveals Randalstown workers paid ‘scandalous’ £5k a year less

Production down by three-quarters as pickets stand strong Unite workers now on fourth day of strike action at Randalstown plant. Unite has determined that Moy Park is paying its workers there  £5,000 a year less than workers at other company … Continue reading

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Moy Park strike shuts production at Randalstown feed mill as workers demand the rate for the job

Unite members at the Moy Park site on the Moneynick Road, Randalstown have established pickets at the feed mill in a strike to win pay parity with other Northern Ireland sites. Strike action at the mill, which began at 7 … Continue reading

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Moy Park feed mill workers at Randalstown site vote overwhelmingly for strike action over pay and threat to holiday premiums

Unite members at the Moy Park mill in Randalstown have voted by 78 per cent to take strike action in a dispute over pay parity across the business’s Northern Ireland sites. Unite members working as drivers, mill operators and engineers … Continue reading

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Moy Park must put workers’ pay and terms and conditions before profits to end concerns for thousands of jobs

Decision to shutdown kill line at Ballymena reflects failure of management to meet post-Brexit labour market challenges Union questions logic of suspension as business will face even greater problems recruiting to reopen in September For the second time in three … Continue reading

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