Campaigning for better pay

Mass Meeting: Pay, Transformation & Train Prep - 3 Disputes Must be Won

RMT has won a fantastic ballot result to fight cuts in train prep. We will also be fighting TfL Transformation cuts in the coming weeks and months. Now we also face a struggle to win a fair pay rise and shorter working week in our pay talks.

Please download the leaflet and circulate it to members in your workplace.

Printed copies will be available for Unity House.

LTRC Pay 2019 Bulletin

Pay talks are underway and with no offer on the table from LU for our pay rise this April we need to start mobilising members to fight for our demands:

32h 4day week

Substantial pay rise with flat rate minimum to benefit lower paid grades

Priv for all

Abolish CSA2 on stations

Plus other elements included in our pay submission.

Please download and distribute the LTRC newsletter. Printed copies will be available from Unity House later this week.

RMT 'appalled by persistent failure to pay the correct wages to our Transplant Members'


That this NEC is appalled by the company’s persistent failure to pay the correct wages to our Transplant Members and instructs the General Secretary to take the matter up
in-line with our LU Fleet Branch’s resolution.

RMT rejects Tube pay offer and moves to ballot for action

MAIN TUBE UNION RMT confirmed today that it has rejected a pay offer from London Underground bosses and is beginning preparations for a ballot of all tube members for both strike action and action short of a strike as it launches a London-wide campaign for pay justice that improves living standards and working lives across the combine.

Unless Tube pay offer is significantly improved it is likely a dispute situation will exist


That we note the report from the Lead Officer on yesterday’s pay talks where the company advised us that we must withdraw all items of our pay claim in return for a
one year bare RPI offer of 2.5% (RPI February 2019).

This is a derisory offer and manoeuvre by London Underground and is unacceptable to this union. Accordingly; we instruct the General Secretary to:  

Newsletter: April pay claim update for stations

- Please download and distribute the attached newsletter at your station, and share this article online.

After five days of “negotiation”, London Underground has rejected all the demands in RMT’s pay claim. LU has made an “offer”, which is for a one-year deal on pay only, proposing an RPI percentage increase (currently 2.5%), and which is contingent on the union dropping all demands in our claim, including the demand for a flat-rate pay increase and a 32-hour working week.