Stations and Revenue Functional

Reports from the London Transport Region's Stations and Revenue Functional Representatives

Could Your iPad get you the Sack?

Download the new SFC News for news on iPads, data abuse and the latest on roster consultations on stations.

 

RMT reps are dealing with an alarming number of  cases where iPads, staff oysters, CCTV and even station evacuation sheets are being trawled to try and find evidence of wrongdoing.

With the imminent roll-out of the roster & coverage tool (RCT), which includes electronic booking on and off the potential for data to be used to discipline you, sometimes long after the event, is alarming.

Local Discussions on Rosters to Incorporate 325 New jobs to Start

Local reps will now be scruitinising LU's proposed new rosters that will include the 325 additional jobs promised as part of our ACAS agreement following our fantastic strike action in January.

You can download LU's proposal.

There is still some work to be done before we can be happy with the proposals to address lone working and roster balance but significant progress has been made.

Speak to your local rep for more detail about what is proposed for your area.

Fit for the Future 325 Jobs Proposal: Reps Meeting 12 July

 

 

To all LUL Stations Industrial and H&S Representatives

 

FIT FOR THE FUTURE STATIONS UPDATE

 

Please be advised that management have agreed your release for attendance at a meeting of all Stations Reps for a FFtF Stations Update. .

The meeting will take place in the Boardroom, Unity House on Wednesday 12th July 2017 at 11:00 hours.

The report will be given by myself and your Stations Functional Council Representatives.

Ballot to defend the London Bridge three poster - YOUR VOTE MATTERS!

Please download, print, display and distribute in your workplace

 

BALLOT TO DEFEND THE LONDON BRIDGE 3

 

Ballot papers will be sent out on May 15 and must be returned by first post June 13 

 

It's important you vote. The new anti Trade Union laws impose a higher threshold on our ballots and a simple majority is not sufficient.

 

Message to all L1 RMT Reps: Problem Rosters

All,

Most L1 reps will have had my previous email on this subject but I have updated my list so a few of you will be getting this for the first time.

The issue of achieving better roster balance in terms of extreme shifts and weekend rest days was put at the centre of talks about additional jobs.

We now have a published proposal for 325 new jobs. This is testament to the work done by reps and members in delivering our stations strike in January. We must now ensure that the new jobs we’ve won are used to meet the demands of our members.

RMT station staff strike at London Bridge details 2159 May 7 - 2200 May 8

 

RMT station staff at London Bridge are to take strike action from 2200 May 7 until 2159 May 8 in defence of the London Bridge  3.

An action short of strike not to service POMs and not to challenge customers without valid tickets/oysters/bank cards will commence at 2200 on May 8.

The RMT National Executive have now escalated the dispute across all Revenue and Station grades on LUL.

Picket lines will be drawn from 2159 on Sunday May7.