Metropolitan South group to be balloted over management bullying


We note the report from the Lead Officer, and that despite the Stations & Revenue Functional Council Reps best efforts in raising these matters with the company they have remained belligerent and:

Refused to re-instate Bro Mahoney and drop the misplaced charges against him.
Continue to victimise our Rep Bro Rollinger and Bro Glasstone.

In light of the continuing and entrenched bullying by management we instruct the General Secretary to urgently ballot all CSM 1, CSS 1, CSA 1 & CSA 2’s at the Baker Street area of the Metropolitan Line South Cover Group for:

Strike Action

Industrial Action Short of Strike, namely:

An overtime and rest day working ban.
To refuse to familiarise anyone who would not normally work at Baker Street.

We congratulate our reps and members for wishing to stand up for themselves and challenge their managements overbearing behaviour.

Members to be advised by email and text.

Neasden Branch and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

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