Supply chains across Glasgow could be disrupted as union owners voted to strike LGV drivers.
The GMB Union is raising awareness among members who work for delivery firm Yodal and are angry with the proposed roster changes.
This comes at a time when the UK is already in the grip of a supply chain crisis and a walkout in Eudel could mean a delay in parcel delivery to consumers.
Eudel Belshell Depot is the largest depot in the UK and delivers tens of thousands of parcels every day. the meal From flowers and motorcycles to furniture and clothing.
The company said it was “disappointed” by the union’s decision.
LGV driver and GMB convener Michael Hawthorne said: “Our members have never had a single day of loneliness during work.
“We delivered a record number of parcels during the epidemic, while others were safe at home.
“Yet Yodal rewards us by attacking the balance of our work life, pays us less than agency workers, and generally insults us.”
Drivers claim that the company is trying to make shift changes that will increase work over the weekend.
He added that agency workers at the Belshell site were being paid “significantly more” than permanent staff.
Across the UK, the union said staff was at a breakpoint on issues such as a lack of work-life balance, and alleged failure to honor pay and leave contracts on sick and sick leave, as well as alleged pay cuts. ۔ Annual holidays.
The ballot for the strike was issued last week and will last for three weeks, evidence of which suggests strong support for industrial action.
GMB Assistant Organizer John Sullivan added: “Our hardworking LGV One members are at the breaking point.
He said he was a hero during the Cowboys and then told them to return to their driving seats and remain silent when asked to be treated with respect.
“We have spoken to every LGV driver member, and we are confident that we will both return a large number of votes for action. Scotland And all over the UK. ”
LGV One drivers deliver goods to central distribution points across Scotland and the UK, where delivery drivers load and deliver to homes and businesses.
The action of LGV One drivers can weaken the network and leave delivery and courier drivers without parcel delivery as they approach the peak of delivery.
A spokesman for Yodel said: “We are disappointed with GMB’s ballot plans, which have been in talks with the union for several weeks.
“We will continue to work in good faith with our union partners and are committed to further dialogue to resolve the remaining issues.”