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RATES OF PAY AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2023 - KEOLIS AMEY DOCKLANDS (DLR/0001/KAD)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/166/23, 5th June 2023), the referendum concluded with members voting to reject the offer. The Lead Officer and negotiating team met again with the Company but despite their best efforts, no improved offer was forthcoming.

This situation is clearly unacceptable and while we remain available for further talks, the current impasse is of considerable consternation to members as reflected in a resolution received from DLR Branch.

Tube pay offer 'nowhere near meeting the aspirations of our members'

Dear Colleagues,

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2023 - LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/0001)

Following a series of meetings between RMT and London Underground, management tabled the following offer in respect of your union's demands for an increase in pay and substantial improvements to members' terms and conditions:

Britain Needs a Pay Rise

SUBJECT: Save the Date: TUC National Demo - 'Britain Needs a Pay Rise' - Saturday 18 June

Dear Colleagues

The TUC is organising a National Demo on Saturday 18th June in London starting at 12pm with the key message that 'Britain Needs a Pay Rise'. Transport workers are essential workers and as the cost-of-living soars our Union needs to send a clear message to the Government and bosses that our members deserve a decent pay rise.

ISS KAD pay offer rejected "obviously falls far short of our members' aspirations"

11th of February 2022

RATES OF PAY AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2022 - ISS (KAD CONTRACT) (TFL/0001/ISS(DLR))

Following initial pay negotiations with the Company, the Union rejected a 0.9% increase as this obviously falls far short of our members' aspirations. There has not been any improved offer forthcoming and the National Executive Committee has taken the decision to raise the issue of rates of pay and conditions of service on the ISS (DLR) contract with UK management of ISS.

I will keep Branches advised of all further developments.

Yours sincerely,

RMT Upfront October 2021

RMT Upfront is the newsletter for London Underground train drivers, from the RMT. This edition looks at why overtime is, in the long term, of more benefit to the bosses than to us as a grade.

 

Please download, print and distribute it in your train crew accomodation.
 

RMT reiterates opposition to any pay freeze

TfL logo and building

ROP & COS 2021 - TRANSPORT FOR LONDON (TFL/0001/TFL)

Correspondence has been received from TfL which sets out the terms of the funding deal the Company have made with the Government in the Extraordinary Funding and Financing Agreement on 1st June 2021. As part of this agreement TfL have with the government the Company have committed to implementing a pay freeze during the life of the deal except where previous multi-year awards have been collectively agreed with the relevant trade unions.

Fighting for Justice - Fair Pay for Key Workers 

Monday 13 September, 12.30pm 

Trade Union Coordinating Group 

Key workers have been lauded as heroes for their contribution during the Covid-19 crisis - but applause won't pay the bills. How do build pressure for action to deliver pay justice? 

Chair: Michelle Stanistreet, general secretary, NUJ 

Speakers: 

Mick Lynch, general secretary, RMT

Mark Serwotka, general secretary, PCS

Sarah Woolley, general secretary, BFAWU

Register:

RMT responds to 'independent panel' report on TfL finances

Subject: INDEPENDENT PANEL REVIEW – TRANSPORT FOR LONDON

“That we note the report from our lead officer.

The report of the so-called “independent Panel” is a disgraceful document that seeks to justify imposing job cuts, transport service cuts and additional taxation onto the working class of London. RMT rejects the report entirely and demands that the mayor immediately does the same and undertakes not to act on any of the report’s findings.

Cubic pay offer accepted

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2020 - CUBIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS (TFL/0001/CTS)

Following discussions with the Company regarding the above, the offer which was received in full and final settlement of our claim was as follows:-

A 1.5% increase, effective from 1st April 2020

This offer applies to both the UTS Technicians and London Cycle Hire Contracts.

Government eyes attack on living wage

RMT pledges co-ordinated campaign to defend pay as Government eyes attack on living wage

TRANSPORT UNION RMT said today that it will mount a co-ordinated campaign to defend wages and to protect the low paid as it was reported that the Government is planning to renege on commitments on the living wage. 

General Secretary Mick Cash said;