Dale Farm disputes union claim it refused to enter pay negotiations

Unite claims 75% of maintenance workers at three Dale Farm plants have voted to strike

Dale Farm said it valued its “relationship with all unions” represented within the organisation

Dale Farm said it valued its “relationship with all unions” represented within the organisation

Management at Dale Farm, a Northern Irish dairy co-op owned by 1,300 farmers, has hit back at claims that it has refused to enter into union negotiations over a pay dispute that could escalate into strike action.

Unite claims 75 per cent of maintenance workers employed at three of Dale Farm’s plants in the North have voted in favour of strike action because of a pay row.

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