Workers down tools at HP subsidiary

A 24-hour work stoppage has been announced at a key HP subsidiary.

Engineers and technicians employed by HP Customer Delivery Systems downed tools in protest at what they say is the refusal of management to engage with their trade union, IBOA, on a number of important issues.

A second stoppage is planned for Thursday.


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