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Jaguar Land Rover and UK union reach pay deal

Jaguar Land Rover said it has reached a deal over pay and pensions with union representatives after revising its offer, which will now be recommended to staff to settle a dispute that had threatened industrial action.

Pay talks at the company, which is owned by India’s Tata Motors, failed in October and over 95 percent of balloted staff subsequently rejected the original proposal in November, due to fears of a cut in pensions for some staff.

Jaguar Land Rover’s UK staff reject pay deal

Jaguar Land Rover’s UK workers have voted against an offered pay rise and pension changes as the country‚Äôs biggest trade union said the firm should return to the negotiating table or face a ballot for industrial action.

Jaguar Land Rover seeks up to 200 new apprentices

Jaguar Land Rover has started its latest drive to recruit apprentices, with up to 200 places on offer. The company already employs 620 apprentices and is the largest provider of apprenticeships in the UK OEM automotive sector.

Jaguar Land Rover gets smart to woo city dwellers

Jaguar Land Rover aims to win over a growing group of urban residents who are more fixated on smartphones than cars by offering a new service that will recognize the driver, predict how warm he or she likes their seat and prompt them to swing by the florist on an anniversary.

Jaguar Land Rover grapples with growing demand, tighter supplies

Jaguar Land Rover grapples with growing demand, tighter supplies

After a year of record global sales of 425,000 vehicles in 2013 and a 14 percent increase in the first half of 2014, Jaguar Land Rover is facing a problem it has not seen in decades: Demand is far outstripping supply on some models.