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The Grinch who stole my Xmas pay cheque

Why should you be in the RMT when LUL tell you there’s no need as we treat all staff with a degree of courtesy and respect?

 

How about this little Xmas cracker!

 

Member has had a horrendous year of personal struggle and grief.

Mental Health issues and a promise of support from LUL following a failed suicide attempt.

 

Jubilee South News January 2018

Jubilee South News is the newsletters for members of the Jubilee South branch.

In this episode:

- Thank you Jason, Goodbye Bob
- The Grinch who stole my Xmas pay
- New TOMs at Stratford and North Greenwich
- FFFS - FFFA What’s in a name?
- Meet our new stations Health & Safety rep

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Finsbury Park branch resolution issues raised with company

Subject: WORKING ARRANGEMENTS, NIGHT TUBE – LONDON UNDERGROUND

We note the resolution from Finsbury Park Branch and instruct the General Secretary to raise all the issues contained within the resolution with the company, and to report back to this NEC, branches and members on any progress made and on which matters remain outstanding.

We note that the last paragraph regarding Night Tube representation is currently being dealt with.

Night Tube Members to be advised.

Relevant Branches and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

TOPRA change is attack on junior drivers

We note the report from our London Transport Regional Council regarding the  recently changes to the TOPRA/TOSCA agreements; which clearly amount to an attack on our more recently employed Driver Members and the introduction of a discriminatory two tier approach for addressing SPADs.

We instruct the General Secretary to run a campaign of information on this issue, additionally to call a meeting of all train representatives consulting them on all
approaches up to and including the potential of a ballot for industrial actions.

Bakerloo News December 2017

Bakerloo News is the newsletter for members of the Bakerloo branch, from RMT reps and activists on the line.

In this edition:

  • Fight for a shorter working week
  • Fatigue group established
  • RMT supports Picturehouse and McDonald’s strikers
  • ABM suspends cleaners: RMT fights for justice!
  • Rosters
  • AG1 Cuts?
  • OPOs not working? Request assistance!
  • Farewell, comrade

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RMT asks management to reconsider offer to leapfrogged Night Tube drivers

UPDATE ON LEAP-FROGGED DRIVERS DIRECTORS MEETING.

Today the RMT and ASLEF met with Management concerning the leap-frogged drivers situation.

Management put a proposal that all 23 affected leap-frogged drivers would receive a days pay for every week that they were leap-frogged.

Management said that this was a "gratis payment" as the leap-frogged drivers did not work full-time during this period and it would be unfair to pay them for work that they never did.