RMT rejects London Transport Museum pay offer


The Lead Officer recently forwarded correspondence received from Transport for London and the London Transport Museum concerning two issues. Firstly regarding a proposed new framework agreement for collective bargaining and consultation. Secondly regarding the introduction of a new pay framework from 15th August 2016 which will apply to all museum employees below senior management level. The Museum has acknowledged the Unions position of opposition to Pay for Performance and therefore that the proposed pay framework is not something that can be agreed.

This matter has been considered by the National Executive Committee which has taken the decision to inform TfL that we reject the proposed pay for performance offer and the proposed new framework agreement for collective bargaining and consultation. Further to organise a meeting of Reps to discuss our response to these proposals.

I am currently acting in accordance with this decision and will keep you advised of all further developments.

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.

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