Mitie Members To Take 24 Hour Strike Action

CHANGES TO TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND POSSIBLE REDUNDANCIES – MITIE (TFL CONTRACT)

That we note the ballot results are as follows:-

Are you willing to take strike action?

Total votes cast ...18..............

Number voting “Yes”...16..(88.9%)..........

Number voting “No”....2.............

Spoilt Papers....0................

Are you willing to take action short of strike action?

Total votes cast...18................

Number voting “Yes”...17..(94.4%)..............

Number voting “No”....1................

Spoilt Papers....0................

We congratulate our members on their overwhelming mandate for industrial action on a turnout of nearly 70%. Having consulted with our branch and representatives, we instruct our members to take industrial action as follows:

  • to take strike action by not booking on for any duties starting on or after 00:01 on Monday 3 June
    2013, returning to work for duties starting on or after 00:01 on Tuesday 4 June 2013
  • not to work any overtime (including rest-day working) from 00:01 on Saturday 1 June 2013 until
    further notice.

We instruct the General Secretary to send a personal letter to all members involved advising them of this decision, and to provide our LU Engineering branch with all support required to maximise the impact of this action.

We remain available for constructive talks to resolve this dispute. Reports and developments to be
placed in front of us. London Transport Regional Council and branches to be advised.

What is a National Executive Committee decision?

This article is an 'executive decision' which has been written by the RMT National Executive Committee. The National Executive is the union's governing body in between AGMs. Its decisions set out what the union will do on a particular issue.

These decisions can often be brief, and may be one of several passed over a period of time. To get a better understanding or find out more information about what the RMT is doing, speak to your rep or attend your branch or Regional Council meeting.

What is a National Executive Committee decision?

This article is an 'executive decision' which has been written by the RMT National Executive Committee. The National Executive is the union's governing body in between AGMs. Its decisions set out what the union will do on a particular issue.

These decisions can often be brief, and may be one of several passed over a period of time. To get a better understanding or find out more information about what the RMT is doing, speak to your rep or attend your branch or Regional Council meeting.