Network Rail begins consultation on maintenance changes

Network Rail has begun formal consultation with trades unions on proposed reforms to maintenance which it says are required to ‘improve productivity and efficiency’, and would see around 1 900 redundancies.

UK: Network Rail has begun formal consultation with trades unions on proposed reforms to maintenance which it says are required to ‘improve productivity and efficiency’, and would see around 1 900 redundancies.

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