Stations Functional Council News February 2019

Stations Functional Council News has the latest information for London underground station workers from the RMT.

In this edition:

  • Bakerloo Line short staffing dispute
    • RMT station staff on the Bakerloo Line South Group have secured significant concessions from London Underground management after voting overwhelmingly to strike and naming two strike days on 26 December and 14 January....
  • Night Tube
    • The review of Night Tube station staffing conducted throughout 2018 via the Stations Functional Council has now concluded. Unsurprisingly, management
      refused all of RMT’s demands for staffing increases at specific locations. Despite staff assaults and numerous other issues, LU bosses think Night Tube staffing levels are adequate, everywhere!
  • Red Tabards
    • Despite numerous union objections, LU is pressing ahead with its imposition of bright red “Here To Help” tabards, which station staff will be expected to wear while in the ticket hall. These items are a bad joke; when a London TravelWatch survey concluded that passengers felt there weren’t enough staff available to assist them,
  • Ballot Forces LUL to Act against Management Bullying at Baker Street
  • Probationer Sacked
  • CSS Suspended
  • Rep subjected to H&B Investigation
  • Strike Threat Piles the pressure on
  • Pay award 2019

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