RMT Executive decisions

Decisions of RMT's Council of Executives, and of RMT's General Grades Committee (the section of the Council of Executives which deals with industrial matters for railway and other non-shipping grades)

Jubilee dispute ends as RMT secures more weekend rest days for drivers

We note the report from the Lead Officer regarding the proposal from management.

We congratulate our Members, Negotiations Team, Lead Officer and both Jubilee Line Branches on fighting for and achieving this proposal from the company that addresses the issues of the dispute by returning the rest days management took away as a consequence of their imposed roster which will now be returned under our current agreements.

Further, we instruct the General Secretary to write to the company advising them of our acceptance of the proposal and that we are no longer in dispute.

Industrial action called in train prep payment dispute

Subject: TRAIN PREPARATION PAYMENTS, TRANSPLANT MAINTENANCE STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND (ex-AP JNP)

In line with our Members determination to fight for recognition and renumeration for train preparation; we instruct our Members to (Advanced Train Maintainers, Duty
Maintenance Managers & Team Leaders (Train Maintenance)) to take Industrial Action short of a Strike in the form an overtime ban and rest day working ban from 00:01 Friday 28 th June 2018 until further notice.

Industrial action called in Transplant pay parity dispute

Subject: PAY PARITY, TRANSPLANT MAINTENANCE / STORES STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND (ex-AP JNP)

In line with our Members determination to fight for pay parity; we instruct our Members (Maintenance Performance Manager, Materials Manager, Storeman, Storeman Team Leader, Technical Manager, Train Maintainer (Train Maintenance)) to take Industrial Action short of a Strike in the form an overtime ban and rest day working ban from 00:01 Friday 28 th June 2018 until further notice.

Ballot prepared for all London Underground grades over Paul Bailey unfair sacking

This NEC is appalled by London Undergrounds shocking handling of the Paul Bailey case.

We note that this travesty calls into question the integrity of the entire drugs and alcohol policy and testing regime. Due to the potential consequences of this sacking
being upheld at appeal in the event of this occurring we instruct the General Secretary to immediately prepare a ballot matrix for all grades on London Underground at all locations.

All London Underground branches and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

RMT pushes for CLESHARS members terms and conditions to be standardised

We note the report from our Lead Officer regarding the discussion paper aimed at standardising terms & conditions and creating a grading structure for our Cleshars members, which is based on the principles contained in the LUL Signals Framework Agreement.

We congratulate the Lead Officer, Negotiations Team & our LU Engineering Branch and place the matter in our Southern Sub-committee for examination and report.

LU Engineering Branch and the London Regional Council to be advised.

RMT campaign aims to restore cover group support admin staff

12/06/18

We note the resolution from the London Transport Regional Council; and instruct the Regional Organiser and Negotiations Team to continue consultation and negotiations raising the issues of changes to local administration with its effects on all our members with the company, and with the Regional Council to launch a campaign of recruitment amongst the grade with the aim of restoring the cover group support admin staff to their original positions in their original workplaces.

Relevant Branches and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

Minimum Night Tube staffing levels

12/06/18

We note the resolution from the London Transport Regional Council and endorse their policy that there should be a minimum of 2 members of staff on every surface station during the night tube running time.

Members to be advised by email and text.

Relevant Branches and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

 

14/08/18

We note the resolution from our London Transport Regional Council and the frustration expressed.