LUL Managers and Admin

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News, reports and information for RMT members in London Underground's manager and administration grades. LUL managers are in TfL branch. Read more TfL branch related stories here.

LU Transformation Update

Dear all, we felt it only right that we should issue a report by the Reps currently taking part in the consultation talks with LU Management for the latest phase of transformation.

Transformation Counter Proposals

By now, I’m sure you have all had a chance to familiarise yourselves with the Business Case in your area that LU are proposing as part of Transformation. The RMT continue to oppose the proposed changes in the Business Cases and we have had agreement from the company that they are willing to consider counter proposals from affected areas.

 

Transformation Update - Job Descriptions

During our previous staff consultation drop ins the TU requested you all to be proactive and provide us with your current job descriptions and examples where you believe you go above and beyond your current role.

We are now in the process of receiving the proposed "draft" job descriptions from management to review, so it is imperative that you access these and feed back to us your comment and concerns. These JDs are available on Sharepoint.

Asset Operations Transformation

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Today (23/11/17), your reps met with London Underground to begin Transformation consultation. We were presented with a number of slideshows, which were a condensed version of the business case. These covered Power & Electrical, Signals, Track, Stations Buildings & Civil, Asset Systems & Reliability, Network Planning & Services and Asset Operations Admin.

Renewals & Enhancement Transformation

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Yesterday (22/11/17), your reps met with London Underground to begin Transformation consultation. We were presented with a slideshow, which was a condensed version of the business case. Unfortunately, as with all other work streams, the number of people in scope, as well as the potential job losses, did not match on any of the documents the company have given us.

Skills Development Transformation

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On Monday 20/11/17, your reps were due to meet with London Underground to begin Transformation consultation. Unfortunately, the company scheduled three meetings on Monday and Skills Development was due to be the third. Despite us raising our concerns that they were not allowing enough time for each meeting, these were ignored to suit the management team consulting on Skills Development.

Operational Admin Transformation

On Monday 20/11/17, your reps met with London Underground to begin Transformation consultation. The company did not schedule enough time for a meaningful meeting to take place, however we were able to look over a slideshow, which was a condensed version of the business case.

Establishment Planning Transformation

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On Monday 20/11/17, your reps met with London Underground to begin Transformation consultation. The meeting was less productive than we would have liked because management had reneged on agreed information that they were to share with us, as well as not sticking to the agreed agenda, including what we view as them trying to stop us having time to meet our members who are in scope.

Transformation Consultation to Begin

Today (16/11/17) your reps met with London Underground management to receive a briefing on Transformation across all work streams in scope. This meeting was requested by the unions to understand the rationale behind Transformation and establish the form that the consultation will take, as well as seeking a real commitment from the company that the consultation will be thorough and meaningful.