I am writing to advise members that following further talks at ACAS, a final proposal was tabled over Olympic Recognition and Reward for London Underground members. A meeting took place with 150 of your representatives at the end of last week to consult on this offer and the General Grades Committee has decided the following: -
After months of intensive negotiations RMT has reached an agreement that protects existing agreements and allows staff to work within the terms of their existing contracts.
There will also be additional rewards packages of up to £1000 for staff in recognition of the massive additional pressures that will be thrown at the service from the extra three million journeys a day.
Your negotiating team met with LUL under the auspices of ACAS yesterday. The company has not changed its financial offer, and has proposed that in the event of duties remaining uncovered by volunteers at any location, the level 1 committee will meet to resolve it. There is no proposal to change Framework Agreements.
Your negotiating team met with LUL under the auspices of ACAS today. The company has not changed its financial offer, and has proposed that in the event of duties remaining uncovered by volunteers at any location, the level 1 committee will meet to resolve it. There is no proposal to change Framework Agreements.
I write to advise branches that the above matter has been considered again by the General Grades Committee and has made the following decision:-
Newsletter of the Bakerloo Branch
Further to previous circulars on this issue we remain in dispute with London Underground and action short of a strike remains in place. Correspondence has been received from our Finsbury Park Branch which has now been considered by the General Grades Committee : -
I write to advise branches that decisions have been taken with regard to Olympic Recognition and reward at Transport for London companies: -
Read the attached RMTplatform edition for March 2012.
Included: the latest on the Olympic deal, Station Supervisor grade under attack and how we can fight back to defend our hard won terms and conditions.
LUL`s vision of the future under flexibility.
Please download and print for display in union noticeboards.
The above matter has been considered again by the General Grades Committee and has made the following decision:-
Branches are advised that the above matter has been considered again by the General Grades Committee and has made the following decision:-
“We note the report from our Regional Organiser on the productive meeting held on this matter. We welcome the detailed plan drawn up by our representatives.
As you will be aware, London Underground has tabled a further offer with regard to Olympic Recognition and Reward following recent discussions. The offer is due to be discussed this Friday 16th March at a mass meeting of reps to be held at Friends Meeting House in Euston at 11am. I have been informed that release from duty has been arranged for our LU reps.
Below is a summary of the new deal.
Hi all heres the late June/EarlyJuly Edition of Platform
This issue sees
- a "liberated" Stations Framework article from Gavin Bowtell (Cheers Gavin) Lol
- A look at the proposed surplus and loss procedure
- An update on cleaning vouchers
- Report on victimisations
find the attached pdf
Being a union member means you are working for better pay and conditions!
In this June/July edition of SIGNAL you will find information and articles on:
Framework Agreement 22a (which outline what management can and CANNOT ask you to do on stations. Very important to read this part.
New H&S rep for Liverpool Street Group.
Letters of Suitable Advice.
Positive results from taking local action.
Dry Cleaning Tokens.
Finally issue 16 of the Easthammer newsletter and one that shouldnt get banned from stations
Here is the May Issue after a few editorial changes (due to outside influences picking on me ;) )
Please print these leaflets and place them in your notice boards - or even better come along; it would be nice to see some new faces.
So here we have a new edition of the elusive RMT Platform.
Hoping to get an edition out each month so it is ready for Regional Council and Station & Revenue Grades meetings with specials when needed.
As everyone struggles to pay bills and keep a roof over their heads in the current economic climate we get some heartening news.
Cable car moves closer
Work will start this summer on a cable car across the Thames helping to boost the on-going regeneration of east London.