Jubilee South & East London Line branch

Proposed Job Cuts: Canary Wharf Group

The group's stations stand to lose the following posts ...

Canary Wharf Station

  • 14 Rostered CSA
  • 5 Rostered SAMF
  • 1 Rostered SA(CR)

Canada Water Station

  • 6 Rostered CSA
  • 1 Rostered Full Time SAMF
  • 1 Rostered Part Time SAMF

North Greenwich

  • 6 Rostered CSA
  • 1 Rostered Full Time SAMF
  • 1 Rostered Part Time SAMF

Total Rostered Positions Lost

  • CSA 26
  • SA(CR) 1
  • Full Time SAMF 7
  • Part Time SAMF 2

Additional Loses

Proposed Job Cuts: Waterloo Group

These are the job cuts that management are proposing on the Waterloo group (Waterloo and Westminster stations).


  • Reduction in full time rostered SAMFs from 22 to 13
  • All 3 part time SAMF position to be axed
  • Reduction in full time rostered CSAs from 35 to 25
  • No change in part time positions
  • CCA position has also been axed

Jubilee South Branch Meeting

Repeats every 4 weeks 5 times.
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 - 4:00pm
Wednesday, 28 October 2015 - 4:00pm
Wednesday, 25 November 2015 - 4:00pm
Wednesday, 23 December 2015 - 4:00pm
Wednesday, 20 January 2016 - 4:00pm

Our next RMT branch meeting will be on Wednesday 30th September at the Blue Eyed Maid in Borough High Street at 4pm. The nearest station is London Bridge.

This will be an opportunity for RMT members to debate the Pay & Night Tube and Fit for the Future disputes, as well as local issues.

All members are welcome and encouraged to attend.

You can also get more news from the branch at www.rmtlondoncalling.org.uk

A poster is attached for displaying in your workplace.

Objections to Proposed New Rosters: London Bridge group

Following the publication of the OSP rosters, consultation has taken place with members in the limited amount of release time granted by LUL, and the following comments are made in regards to management’s proposals:


Whilst management stated that both Station Supervisors and Control Room staff would be unaffected by the OSP proposals, it is clear this is not the case.

London Bridge Group Station Staff News – December 2009

London Bridge roundelClick '1 attachment' / file name to download the newsletter; read the text below.

Overtime and rest day working …

The matter of overtime and rest day working was raised with the new GSM, who insisted that there was not a ‘blanket’ overtime ban, but merely that ‘overtime’ was being more closely managed. However, the outcome of this ‘closely managed overtime’ has been evident for all to see... Ticket offices closed, gate lines unstaffed, meal relief duties un-covered and staff being told to take DMR’s, and all this why we are being told to provide ‘A world class service’...

Stop Victimising Elaine!

RMT has demanded that London Underground stop its victimisation of Waterloo station staff representative Elaine Holness (pictured).

On 5 March, Elaine went to work at Waterloo and was informed that she was stood down from duties pending an investigation into allegations that she 'racially harassed' a manager. What had she done to warrant this? She had given evidence at an Employment Tribunal in support of sacked RMT member Mo Makhboul which included criticising a manager. When Elaine attended a fact-finding interview, management told her that the investigation would be taken via Route C which could lead to dismissal.

RMT ballots Waterloo Tube staff for action over ‘astonishing’ unfair sacking

RMT press release, issued today

SOME 85 station staff at London Underground’s Waterloo and Westminister stations are being balloted for industrial action by the Tube’s biggest union over the unfair dismissal of a station assistant, despite the lack of any evidence that an alleged ‘altercation’ took place. The RMT ballot will close on August 19.

Mo Makboul was summarily dismissed by a disciplinary panel in April after leaving the ticket office at Waterloo to return a pass left behind by a passenger who had been seeking a refund.