Recruitment Process



Submit Vacancy

Home Page

Job offers
in England

Job offers
in Scotland

Job offers
in Wales

Job offers
Northern Ireland

Recruitment of

Recruitment of
Care Assistants

Recruitment of

Recruitment of
Forklift Drivers

Recruitment of

Recruitment of
Seasonal Staff

Terms and Charges

  Xaar gets tough with Chinese workers

Cambridge inkjet company Xaar is getting tough with rebel Chinese staff who went on strike and resigned en masse – but have now gone back to work.

The workers emailed Business Weekly today to say they had returned to the Shanghai office rented by the UK technology company.

But Xaar CEO Ian Dinwoodie told Business Weekly that lawyers had been instructed and that the company was giving notice on the tenancy and following through the resignation procedure.

Dinwoodie also revealed that Xaar was dispatching a task force of workers from Cambridge to Shanghai to replace the disgruntled nationals “and ensure Xaar is not being misrepresented.”

He said: “This will probably be for about three months at which point we will see what needs to be put in place for the long term.

“As far as we are concerned the Chinese staff have resigned and we are paying them in lieu of working. We are not diverting from that path. It is incredibly annoying but isn’t materially affecting our commercial operations in China.

“There are a couple of sales guys and some technical support staff among the Chinese workers and they have no access to any Xaar equipment or facilities other than the representative office on which we are now giving notice.”

Robert Li, emailing Business Weekly from a Xaar.com address, attached two letters in the workers’ own language along with translations into English.

He reiterated the workers’ claims that they had gone on strike in December “with strong support from Xaar China customers ... to protest the unfair treatment and misconducts from Xaar management towards Xaar China customers and employees. As far as we know, the strike participated by all employees is unprecedented in history for the Chinese representative office of British stock listed companies.”

Li added: “Starting Jan 16, 2012 onwards, we, all Xaar China employees, have returned to the normal work. We have NOT resigned from XAAR. The announcement regarding our resignation made by Xaar publicly on Jan 24, 2012 (LON: XAR, RNS Number 0411W07) is illegal and false.”

Li alleged that Xaar had not investigated the claims as thoroughly as the company had portrayed in its announcement to the stockmarket but Dinwoodie strongly refuted this.

He said: “We fully investigated these claims and found absolutely no evidence whatsoever in support of them. Their claims are unsubstantiated and false.”

Source: Business Weekly

Latest news
Polish workers
Looking for TIG welders in Iceland
Chefs to work in our Pizza and Pasta restaurants
Looking for supervisiors with restaurant experience willing to grow in Management
Xaar gets tough with Chinese workers
Great Britain. Family is shrinking and is expected later
Working as carer in the UK and other European countries
Member of staff. Amusement Ride. Job vacancy of the month in England
Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Site, HSE, Piping, Maintenance, Instrumentation Engineers for Nigeria
Stabbed social worker had no warning of death threat
Less immigrants coming to Ireland
It is no longer an immigrant, yet British
Good news for the British pound
Polish doctors in the UK
British pensions for immigrants
Great Britain is no longer so attractive to the Poles
British Airways Strike
Elections help British pound
England will play Poland?

Jobs in England
Jobs in Bedfordshire
Jobs in Berkshire
Jobs in Buckinghamshire
Jobs in Cambridgeshire
Jobs in Cambridgeshire
Jobs in Cheshire
Jobs in Cornwall
Jobs in Cumbria
Jobs in Derbyshire
Jobs in Devon
Jobs in Dorset
Jobs in County Durham
Jobs in East Sussex
Jobs in East Yorkshire
Jobs in Essex
Jobs in Gloucestershire
Jobs in Greater Manchester
Jobs in Herefordshire
Jobs in Hertfordshire
Jobs in Isle of Wight
Jobs in Kent
Jobs in Lancashire
Jobs in Leicestershire
Jobs in Lincolnshire
Jobs in Merseyside
Jobs in Norfolk
Jobs in Northamptonshire
Jobs in Northumberland
Jobs in North Yorkshire
Jobs in Nottinghamshire
Jobs in Oxfordshire
Jobs in Rutland
Jobs in Shropshire
Jobs in Somerset
Jobs in South Yorkshire
Jobs in Staffordshire
Jobs in Suffolk
Jobs in Surrey
Jobs in Sussex
Jobs in Tyne & Wear
Jobs in Warwickshire
Jobs in West Midlands
Jobs in West Sussex
Jobs in West Yorkshire
Jobs in Wiltshire
Jobs in Worcestershire
Jobs in Yorkshire

Jobs in Scotland
Jobs in Aberdeenshire
Jobs in Angus
Jobs in Argyllshire
Jobs in Ayrshire
Jobs in Banffshire
Jobs in Berwickshire
Jobs in Buteshire
Jobs in Cromartyshire
Jobs in Caithness
Jobs in Clackmannanshire
Jobs in Dumfriesshire
Jobs in Dunbartonshire
Jobs in East Lothian
Jobs in Fife
Jobs in Inverness-shire
Jobs in Kincardineshire
Jobs in Kinross-shire
Jobs in Kirkcudbrightshire
Jobs in Lanarkshire
Jobs in Midlothian
Jobs in Morayshire
Jobs in Nairnshire
Jobs in Orkney
Jobs in Peeblesshire
Jobs in Perthshire
Jobs in Renfrewshire
Jobs in Ross-shire
Jobs in Roxburghshire
Jobs in Selkirkshire
Jobs in Shetland
Jobs in Stirlingshire
Jobs in Sutherland
Jobs in West Lothian
Jobs in Wigtownshire

Jobs in Wales
Jobs in Anglesey
Jobs in Brecknockshire
Jobs in Caernarfonshire
Jobs in Carmarthenshire
Jobs in Cardiganshire
Jobs in Denbighshire
Jobs in Flintshire
Jobs in Glamorgan
Jobs in Merioneth
Jobs in Monmouthshire
Jobs in Montgomeryshire
Jobs in Pembrokeshire
Jobs in Radnorshire

Jobs in Northern Ireland
Jobs in County Antrim
Jobs in County Armagh
Jobs in County Down
Jobs inFermanagh
Jobs in County Londonderry
Jobs in County Tyrone

Submit Your Job Offer
Contact us
Home page
Workers From Poland
New houses in Poland