LUL Managers and Admin

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News, reports and information for RMT members in London Underground's manager and administration grades. LUL managers are in TfL branch. Read more TfL branch related stories here.

New Leaflet for Duty Managers and Admin Staff: Join the Fight

This new leaflet for duty managers and administrative staff explains how badly the company treats these grades and urges staff to refuse LUL's appeal to them to help break the industrial action. Click '1 attachment' / file name to download it. Read the text below.

Duty Managers and Admin Staff: Join The Fight Stop Being Used!

The Duty Managers' ’Operational Managers Review’ talks have collapsed.
Once again the company are treating you like ‘‘Second Class Citizens’’

Leaflet for Track Access Controllers: Vote Yes!

This leaflet urges Track Access Controllers to vote Yes in the industrial action ballot. Click '1 attachment' / file name to download it. Read the text below.

Track Access Controllers: Vote Yes To Strike Action


The company have told you the money is in the pot and ready for grade progression implementation.
This is clearly not true. It has never been available to go into your pocket as they have told you!

Leaflet for Duty Managers from all Unions

This leaflet - from all four unions that represent duty managers - explains why the unions are refusing to go along with LUL's plans for the grade. Click '1 attachment' / file name to download it. Read the text below.



As all of you are aware, Staff-Side have been negotiating a Duty Manager ‘Skill Framework’ similar to the model introduced for Centurion Managers.

The discussions undertaken by the ‘Sub- Committee to Company Council’, is well established and we have been meeting on a regular basis.

Leaflet for Duty Managers: Join The Fight, Stop Being Used!

This leaflet encourages duty managers to side with the workforce rather than with company management in the current dispute. Click '1 attachment' / file name to download it. Read the text below.

Duty Managers Join The Fight: Stop Being Used !

Now is your chance to let the company know you will not give them the support you once did.

As Duty Manager’s you have been totally over looked by the company
Operational Trainers are not even included in the OMR

Leaflet for Operational Trainers

This leaflet is to encourage operational trainers to be part of the all-grades fight for jobs, pay and justice. Click '1 attachment' / file name to download it. Read the text below.


Operational Trainers Join The Fight Stop Being Used !

Where are all the new recruits CSAs etc?

Why have you not seen any staff for Supervisor training / promotion? Is it cheaper to pay overtime than fill the vacancies? Train Operator promotions? How busy are you these days?

Affected by the Job-Cutting OCR? Advice from RMT ...

Advice for RMT Members regarding the Operational Cost Review (OCR)
Read the text below, and download the advice as an A4 sheet

The RMT is deeply concerned at LUL's announcement that they are getting rid of 970 so called “back room staff” as part of an operational cost review. It is a disgrace that at a time when billions of pounds are being found to subsidise the banks, London's Railway Infrastructure and Services are being cut back.

From The Horse's Mouth ...

TfL Commissioner Peter Hendy's circular to all TfL staff on 2 December 2008 spelt out the company's cost-cutting agenda and plans to slash jobs ...

"Our 10-year Business Plan sets out our plans for multi-billion pound transport investment. This year, the Operating Cost Review team has been working with the business to identify opportunities to make the £2.4 billion savings we need to deliver our commitments within the available funding levels.

Job Cuts: LUL's question-and-answer; RMT's comments

Below you can read a question-and-answer briefing produced by London Underground management about their 'Organisational Change Process'.

RMT would like to point out that:

  • Whatever soft-soap and jargon it uses, this is a document announcing around 1,000 job cuts.
  • Despite the claim in this document, your union has not agreed to this process.