Tesco brushes off union claim in UK
In the UK, Tesco has denied claims from trade union Unite that workers in the retailer’s supply chain experience “harsh and divisive” conditions. The union held a series of demonstrations outside Tesco stores yesterday to protest about their claims of the treatment of workers in the retailer's meat supply chain. Tesco is standing firm and argued it has yet to see “a shred of evidence” from Unite to back up its claims. “Temporary workers are an important source of flexible labour. All of our suppliers have very strong standards in place relating to the treatment of workers but it is not for Tesco to tell suppliers who they should employ or what terms and conditions they should offer,” the retailer told just-food.com. “Unite should take any cases they have up with individual businesses and provide any evidence they have of unfair or poor treatment.”
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