Trade union | Boohoo stops union talking to staff about representation

Boohoo stops union talking to staff about representation

Online fashion retailer Boohoo has refused to allow trade union officials to discuss recognition for employees, months after its founder told MPs she was open to union representation - The Guardian reports.

Despite posting record profits of £59.9million last month, Boohoo’s 2,500 workers at its Burnley packaging and distribution centre and the thousands of other employees based in Leicester who produce many of the clothes, are not represented by trade unions, reports The Guardian.

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