Unionized Apple Store scores pay rise for all staff as Apple’s company-wide pay structure is rejected

The union representing Apple store workers at the company’s Glasgow outfit in Scotland have voted to reject Apple’s pay model, and say they have scored a pretty major pay victory for all of its staff. 

The Apple Retail Workers Union announced this week that, following negotiations, Apple store workers at the Glasgow store “voted to reject Apple’s pay model and have instead won minimum increases and compensation for all members of staff, as well as improved pay for the majority of staff.” The union says the deal is worth a 7% increase for most workers, and in line with UK public sector increases. 

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