Argos agrees new pay deal following strikes

Argos has settled its pay dispute with its distribution workers.
Members of the Unite union working for Argos voted in favour of a new deal, which involves adjustments being made to previous offers.

Argos owner Home Retail Group said: “Both Unite and Argos worked very hard to achieve this offer, and we are very pleased that colleagues in the five distribution centres affected have voted in favour of implementing this pay offer.”

The distribution workers had staged a number of strikes over the dispute.

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