Restaurant workers at Harrods, the luxury department store owned by the Qatari royal family, are demanding an end to poverty wages at the billion-pound company.
United Voices of the World (UVW), the workers’ union, has written to Harrods notifying them a dispute has started which could lead to strike action over Christmas.
UVW won a dispute at Harrods in 2017, which saw restaurant workers win 100% of the service charge when the company had been taking up to 75%.
During the coronavirus pandemic Harrods has made large numbers of workers redundant, which has led to overwork for the remaining staff.
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