The Bank of England has settled a dispute over pay with staff that led to the central bank's first strike in more than 50 years, the BOE and the Unite trade union said on Tuesday.
Some maintenance and security staff stopped work for three days last month and a protest outside the bank by around 15 employees, some wearing masks of Governor Mark Carney, drew widespread media attention.
"Unite is pleased to bring the Bank of England dispute to an end having secured significant improvements for staff across the organisation," Mercedes Sanchez, a regional officer for the union, said.
The BOE also welcomed the agreement.
"The proposal that has been agreed includes a range of measures focused on improving our relationship with Unite and involving them more in pay discussions," a BOE spokesperson said. "We hope this leads to a more productive relationship with the union going forward."
Unite said it had achieved a payment for lower-paid staff during the 2017/18 pay review as well as extra holiday.