Money Royal Mail angers union with £6m payment to new boss

12:17  17 may  2018
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© Luke MacGregor / Reuters. The Conservative government’s sale of its final 13 percent public stake in Royal Mail for just over £591 million is a “disgrace,” the Communication Workers Union has said.

a group of people in a library © Provided by CityAM Royal Mail handed almost £6m to its new boss to buy him out of his contract, in a move which has been slammed as "obscene" by the postal workers' union.

Rico Back's contract as chief executive of Royal Mail owned GLS was terminated in exchange for €6.6m (£5.8m) and replaced with a new one.

This came just a few months before it was announced that he would replace Moya Greene as CEO of the whole Royal Mail group.

After Sky News reported the payment tonight, Communications Workers Union deputy general secretary Terry Pullinger said it was "not a good start" to Back's tenure.

"On a personal level I find these arrangements obscene and it will be interesting the first time Mr Back pleads poverty when we discuss reward for our members or request more investment in growth, clearly Royal Mail have," he said.

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Royal Mail is believed to be planning the appointment of the boss of Canada Post, Moya Greene, as its new chief executive. The news comes after the government announced that it is seeking to part-privatise Royal Mail , a move that has angered union leaders.

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"It beggars belief that people should be surprised that we are calling for a new deal for workers, a fairer share for all and the re-nationalisation of Royal Mail, it is the people's service and not a cash cow for the few. Stories like these are unacceptable".

Royal Mail said that it had sought to replace the original contract in order to remove certain management control rights held by Back, including veto ability.

"The Board came to the conclusion that some of the provisions of the original contract were increasingly inappropriate and needed to be removed," the company said in a statement.

It added that as part of the contract buyout, Back's fixed bay was rebased downwards.

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Belgian side Royal Union Saint-Gilloise want Celtic to face them in a pre-season friendly. Scottish champions Celtic have been invited to open one of Belgium’s most historic club’s new stadium with Royale Union Saint-Gilloise wanting to play Celtic in their new home in July. The Brussels based side were Belgium’s most successful pre-war team, winning 11 titles, however their last title win was in 1935. ‘The Unionists’ have been bought by Brighton chairman Tony Bloom and he has stated that they will look to get the club back into the top flight of Belgian football. This summer they make the move back to their historic ground, Stade Joseph Marien, a ground which back in 1920 hosted matches for the Olympics. Celtic are the side that ‘The Unionists’ want to play them in their opening game at the new ground, if Celtic can fit it into their busy Champions League qualifying schedule that is. Royale Union Saint-Gilloise chairman Jurgen Baatzsch said: “The plan is to get a prestigious European name with history to play when we reopen the stadium.” “We have been in contact with Glasgow Celtic and are hopeful they will agree to come at some stage during the summer.” Celtic begin their Champions League qualifying campaign on July 10-11th.

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