LUL Managers & 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.

Ten Reasons Why Managers and Admin Should Vote YES-YES to Save Jobs

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1. Because these job cuts will be a disaster for all of us - every grade of station staff; other grades of Underground workers; and passengers too.

2. Because LU management are not listening to your union reps in talks. Industrial action will make them listen.

3. Because management have not given you a chance to vote on whether you want job cuts. RMT is giving you that chance - this is your opportunity to show your opposition to de-staffing of stations, offices and depots.

Duty Manager grade progression ballot result

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Grade Progression Referendum Result!

YES……………………….20% NO………………………..80% This has sent a clear message to management!

Grade Progression? What Grade Progression?

We may be interested in Grade Progression but not in this format.

The RMT made it clear at the last OMR meeting we did not think this was right for our members. The referendum has now made that clear.

Ten Reasons Why Admin & Duty Managers Should Vote YES-YES to Save Jobs

Read the ten reasons below. Click '1 attachment' / file name to download a special issue of 'RMT London Calling for MATS grades.

1. Because these job cuts will be a disaster for all of us - every grade of station staff; other grades of Underground workers; and passengers too.

2. Because LU management are not listening to your union reps in talks. Industrial action will make them listen.

OSP Duty Manager Update

Read the text of our rep's latest report below; click '1 attachment' / file name to download it as a 2-sided leaflet ...

A MATS Functional Council OSP meeting took place today and after some persistent questioning by the unions it became even clearer management are not doing the Duty Manager grade any favours.

Duty Manager News Letter

Submitted by Roy Carey

April 22nd 2010 OSP DUTY MANAGER UPDATE

I would like to take this opportunity to make it clear, at the MATS Functional Council OSP meeting on 22/04/2010, the RMT and all other unions involved REFUSED to discuss the job cuts and in fact did not discuss any issue.

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Managers/admin job cuts and reorganisation - RMT comments on London Underground document

If you click here, you can download London Underground management's presentation about their plans for job cuts and re-organisation. You can also read RMT comments on the section about station staffing. Below, you can read comments from our managers' and admin staff rep about that section of the document.

Proposed Management Organisation

There will be a reduction of 7 GSM positions and 5 TOM positions.

Newsletter for Duty Managers, February 2010: Grade Progression?

newsletterClick '1 attachment' / file name to download this newsletter. Read the text below.

The final meeting of the Operational Managers Review took place to further discuss the Grade Progression. At the end of the meeting TSSA and BTOG decided they would offer it up to their members with a recommendation of acceptance (ASLEF were not represented at this important meeting). The RMT rejected it and intend to do so at the next Company Council Feb 17th.