Doubts were raised yesterday about the Unite union's recommendation of BAA's revised offer.
Following discussions at ACAS, BAA revised their offer to include an unconditional 2% on pay and allowances and a guaranteed minimum bonus of £500 for 2010.
Based upon the expected recommendation to its members, the strikes planned for August bank holiday were cancelled.
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Regan, Crystal Palace
21 July 2011, 11:55AM
In the current economic environment I believe this is a fair offer.
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