RMT official circulars

Circulars from RMT head office about issues in our region

Train drivers' union RMT saves member's job

DOWNGRADING, A. MORGAN, TRAIN OPERATOR, NEASDEN TRAINCREW DEPOT - LONDON UNDERGROUND

Further to my previous Circular (IR/211/19, 23rd May 2019), where I advised that Brother Adrian Morgan had been downgraded to a CSA2, I am pleased to report that following a successful appeal, our member has now been reinstated to his substantive post as a Train Operator. The National Executive Committee has congratulated the Lead Officer, Representatives and Neasden Branch for their hard work in achieving this positive result

RMT fighting for 'proper pay award and genuine improvements to your terms and conditions'

Dear Colleagues,

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2019 - LONDON UNDERGROUND 

As you are aware, RMT is currently in dispute with LUL over the lack of a forthcoming suitable pay offer from the Company and LUL is aware that we are currently preparing to ballot you all for industrial action, up to and including strike action across the network, over this matter. We have made it abundantly clear to the Company that we will not rest until all LUL members get a proper pay award and genuine improvements to your terms and conditions.

Waterloo and City Line ballot: Have you voted?

REMOVAL OF DETRAINMENT STAFF, WATERLOO, WATERLOO & CITY LINE - LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/14/10)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/240/19, 13th June 2019), ballot papers were posted to members on Monday 24th June and the closing date for the ballot isTuesday 16th July 2019. If any member has not received their ballot paper, please ask them to contact the RMT Helpline on 0800 376 3706 or the RMT Switchboard on 0207 387 4771 and ask to speak to the Industrial Relations Department.

I will keep Branches advised of all further developments.

Ballot for strike action of all Victoria Line drivers to be conducted

BREAKDOWN IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, TRAIN OPERATORS, VICTORIA LINE - LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/14/2)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/112/19, 20th March 2019), I advised the Company that a dispute situation exists over breaches of the attendance at work procedure; unlawful deduction of wages; attempts to derecognise the SSTO grade at the lowest level in the machinery; breaches of the framework agreement including enforced and imposed overtime; unacceptable noise levels on the line and undue pressure and bullying of Drivers from Service Control Management.