Defending jobs

Opposing cuts in staffing levels and jobs

Tube managers to be balloted over 'development centers'

CHANGES TO TRAINS OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT – LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/15/4)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/337/16, 10th November 2016), regarding London Underground’s proposal to remove the DTSM and TOSM grades and replace them with a new grade called Trains Manager, a Reps meeting has taken place and discussions with LUL are on-going in relation to proposed pay bands, locations and other matters. 

Trains Management Update

Your reps met again with the company on Wednesday (23/11/16), where we finally were given answers to some of the many questions we raised at the start of October. The discussions centred around the impact on our members, particulary the issues of pay, pensions and severence.

Stations dispute ACAS update

ACAS TALKS
RMT LUL stations Dispute

Dear RMT members

Yesterday afternoon and all day today myself and senior RMT Stations reps , alongside TSSA ,attended talks at ACAS with LUL.

We have in specific detail laid out to Directors of LUL all of our major concerns over the Job cuts /Ticket office closures /Lack of training /inequality of CSA2 rate undermining CSA1 rate for the job / impostion of Transfer policy and the sheer overall negative impact of working in LUL Station staff in Fit for the Future Stations.

Night Tube News November 2016

Dear fellow Night Tube staff

From next Wednesday, RMT stations and revenue staff will be refusing to work overtime, as part of our campaign to restore cut jobs and improve working conditions for all station staff. That includes us. I am writing to urge you to take part in this action - in order words, NOT to work overtime.

Say no to overtime - support the overtime ban - 0001hrs 23November 2016

 

This matter has been considered by the National Executive Committee, which has taken the decision to call action and instruct ALL LUL STATION & REVENUE members NOT TO WORK ANY OVERTIME OR REST DAYS from 00:01 hours on Wednesday 23rd November 2016 until further notice.

 

London Underground bosses confirm driverless train testing has taken place

Following a number of reports of London Underground carrying out trials of ‘driverless’ trains into and out of Willesden Green sidings on the Jubilee line, the Trains Health & Safety Council formally asked LUL at director level if the reports were correct. LUL confirmed that they have been testing technology that would allow trains to move in and out of sidings without a Train Operator on the train.

Fleet members to be balloted over increasing outsourcing of work, in breach of agreements

BREACH OF CORE WORK AGREEMENT, CONTRACTING OUT AND USE OF SECONDARY SUBCONTRACTORS – FLEET GRADES – LUL (LUL/13/1)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/144/16, 19th May 2016), the Company was informed that a dispute situation existed between us over the above issue and the following resolution has now been received from our LU Fleet Branch:-

“This Branch calls upon the National Executive Council to call a ballot for strike action and for action short of a strike for all LU Fleet members.