Pay

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Massive pay win for RMT cleaners on DLR

Transport union RMT has secured a massive pre-Christmas pay victory for key groups of staff working for outsourcing company Interserve on London’s Docklands Light Railway.

After RMT put on a package of strike action and action short of a strike further negotiations have been held with Interserve on the pay issue.

As a result of the industrial pressure the company have now agreed to a 75p per hour increase for all cleaning supervisors, travel safe and security staff, backdated to April 2015.

Improved pay offer made to DLR Interserve members following members resolve on issue

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2015 – INTERSERVE FACILITIES (KEOLIS AMEY DOCKLANDS CONTRACT) (DLR/0001/I(KAD))

Further to my previous Circular (IR/243/15, 13th October 2015) the RMT negotiating team met the Company on Tuesday 22nd December and a revised and improved offer was received which includes a payment to address the pay differentials, certain tasks to be performed by Security staff and a commitment from the Company to continue talks with RMT into 2016 to discuss any other matters of concern.

'Next Steps' RMT Tube dispute meeting

'The Next Steps' report back meeting with Regional Organiser John Leach and General Grades Committee rep John Reid

dispute resolution

Rates of pay and conditions of service 2015, Night Tube and Fit for the Future: Trains –Every Job Matters.

The above meeting will be taking place next week starting at 10.00 hours. Please note that release arrangements have not been agreed with LUL on this occasion, but you are nevertheless asked to make every effort to attend if you can.

Full details of the meeting now follow: 

RMT Santander bike hire members accept 2.25% pay rise offer

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2015 – SERCO SANTANDER BIKES (TFL/0001/SSB)

In line with Union policy a claim was submitted to the Company for a substantial increase in rates of pay and improvements to conditions of service. Following negotiations with the Company, the offer which was received was a 2.25% increase, effective 1st April 2015.

Tube bosses' latest pay offer explained

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE AND NIGHT TUBE – LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/0001)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/270/15, 5th November 2015), the summary of the recent offer which was received from London Underground and communicated to all members last week, is also below for your information and attention.

RMT executive to consider next steps over pay and Night Tube following meeting of reps

RMT London Transport Region reps and activists met today to discuss London Underground's latest pay offer.

RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said:

“Today was the first opportunity for RMT reps to come together to consider the revised offer on Night Tube and pay and conditions received from London Underground last week.

Rates of pay and conditions of service 2015 and Night Tube dispute meeting

Mass Meeting of RMT Representatives – Dispute Resolution

Commencing 14.00 hours sharp on Tuesday 1st December 2015

The Indian YMCA, 41 Fitzroy Square, London, UK W1T 6AQ

SPEAKERS

Mick Cash – General Secretary

Steve Hedley Assistant General Secretary

John Leach – Regional Organiser

John Reid – RMT Council of Executives   

RMT London Calling gets results

 

LTRC London Calling newsletter demands that LUL stop provaracating and put the revised pay offer to the RMT as promised at ACAS last week.

The newsletter was posted at 1600 on November 24

At 1800 LUL deliver via email the revised offer and post it on their intranet.

Coincidence? Possibly.

Glad to see Steve,the boys and gals are enjoying our little effort at informing our members - 

Looking and responding to our requests.

How about leaving Glen Hart alone now?