Retailers vow to protect workers

first_img Previous Article Next Article Some of the UK’s biggest retailers have signed up to a new Charter ofRespect which forms part of shopworkers’ union Usdaw’s campaign to protect itsmembers from violence and abuse. Littlewoods, the Co-op, Iceland, Morrisons and TJ Hughes are among thestores to endorse the charter, which sets out demands for respect, courtesy anddignity for shopworkers from shoppers. The charter was launched after independent figures highlighted high levelsof violence and abuse inflicted on retail staff in 2001. Usdaw’s deputy general director John Hannett said: “We aim to protectour members from violence and abuse in the workplace.” www.usdaw.org.uk Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Retailers vow to protect workersOn 6 May 2003 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more