Stations and Revenue Functional

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

Management Action PLan on FftF is Just Another Attempt to Make Further Cuts

After 7 days of Talks

LU Propose Extending CSA2 Working to Local Stations

Hopelessly Inadequate Proposal from LU of 60 CSA2s on local stations (many PT) and just 15 staff for control rooms. That’s it!

Company want months of further talks with no guaranteed additional jobs.


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Overtime Ban Remains in Place: Don’t Work Overtime

Talks continue to identity additional staffing needs

Talks are continuing as part of seven day review of staffing level. We've outlined need for more staff to meet key objectives: Staff in control rooms, safety and security in larger stations, reduce lone working and unstaffed local stations, improve roster balance.
LU have again stated that additional jobs can be created to meet these objectives. They will respond more fully on Friday.

Say no to overtime - support the overtime ban - 0001hrs 23November 2016


This matter has been considered by the National Executive Committee, which has taken the decision to call action and instruct ALL LUL STATION & REVENUE members NOT TO WORK ANY OVERTIME OR REST DAYS from 00:01 hours on Wednesday 23rd November 2016 until further notice.


RMT Station Grades Vote 6:1 for Strikes and Action short of Strikes: Download new SFC News

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It is vital that members in every area know about this action

Don't work overtime after 00:01 on Wed 23 Nov


The newsletter also deals with management abuses of sickness process, CSA2 HGW and letters of advice.

Stations Ballot Closes on Nov 15

Make sure you return your balot paper in good time and vote YES for strike action and action short of strike action.

Industrial action, which could include an overtime ban, will show that our stations cannot operate with the current staffing levels.

  • Restore all jobs cut under Fit for the Future
  • Stop all displacements until we have an agreed transfer policy
  • All CSAs to be CSA1
  • Put the ticket offcie closures into reverse

Fit for the Future Impact: Ballot Papers will be Out Next Week

RMT has demanded that LU:

  • Restore Jobs cut under Fit for the Future
    • Staff all Control rooms and Ops rooms, Provide more CSAs in ticket halls
    • Add middle turns to break up constant dead early and dead late duties
  • Stop all Displacements until we have an agreed transfer policy
  • Make ALL CSAs into permanent CSA1. All new recruits to be as CSA1
  • Put the failed ticket office closure programme into reverse

Ballot papers for strike action and action short of strike action will be going out to members next week.