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Boycott AFM Functionality Expansion-Jobs Depend on it

LU Management have informed the TU’s that they will be expanding the AFM Functionality to CSA’s.This now means that both CSA’s and SAMF’s will be expected to carry out ticket selling activities outside of the Ticket Offices,something which RMT are opposed to.LU have told us that they will initially be running a ‘pilot’ on a voluntary basis at Bank Station and also using SRT staff across the network from December to early January and thereafter will introduce it company wide.The first thing that CSA’s must remember is that their Job Description does not include or allow for the selling of

GGC A fair representation of the workers?

I am thoroughly fed up with the GGC of this Union seemingly ignoring anything that we as members decide upon.

This time they have ignored our call for a boycott of the AFM machines and all the other suggestions we made at the meeting where the GGC insisted we were released to put our feelings forward as "recommendations to the GGC" time and time again it feels like were not only fighting management but some very odd decision making by the union beaurocrats. No wonder we are losing members hand over fist.

Rtw interviews

It's just been brought to my attention that during rtw interviews according to our gsm and a Dsm when we sign the form we do not sign for what the Dsm ticks ie sick sickness explained etc. I just want some clarification on this before I lose it with our waste of space management

Cheers

Gary

Consider This ...

Jon Abdullah, an RMT activist who works on the SRT, considers some important points for you to remember about our action to defend jobs ...

1. Abuse of power ...

Disciplinary process
Attendance process

RMT Tables Important Issues for Talks with Management

RMT has submitted the following items to be discussed at the Stations and Revenue Council meeting on 22 September.

1. Requests for odd days annual leave being declined on the grounds of coverage issues resulting from management not filling vacancies. Staff position is that staff should not suffer as a result of managements decision not to fill vacancies.

Updated Contact List for Stations and Revenue Control Safety Council

STATIONS AND REVENUE CONTROL SAFETY COUNCIL 2010
2ND FLOOR 15-17 OLD BROAD STREET. ABOVE LIVERPOOL ST STATION

ROSS MARSHALL (RMT)
(STAFF SIDE SECRETARY)
07872 465 690

BERNARD GENTRY (TSSA)
(STAFF SIDE CHAIR)
07753 878 942

DAVE PHILLIPS (RMT)
07753 979 637

PAT O’BRIEN (RMT)
07715 324 107

TONY GANDOLFI (RMT)
07528 526 378

YOGESH PANKHANIA (TSSA)
07733 344 491

CLIVE STEADMAN (TSSA)
07764 390 792

DAVID MORGAN (TSSA)
07753 898 077

OSP Update 3rd June meeting

As LU continue to try to steamroll through the disgraceful plans for the reorganisation of groups and the attack on jobs, your functional reps met management again on the 3rd to continue the not so meaningful consultation process. Having had grave concerns over the terms of reference for these meetings we were proved right by management and slightly bemused by their hypocritical view on how these meetings should be run.

Letter from your functional reps: Why we would not participate in LU's 'meeting' today

Your Stations and Revenue functional council reps today attended a meeting regarding the OSP (London Underground’s proposed 7-800 job cuts). At that meeting, your reps pointed out to management that due to all four trade unions registering two ‘failures to agree’ at Company Council level, we are not engaging in any meeting at functional level until those matters have been resolved.

Letter from your functional reps: Why we would not participate in LU's 'meeting' today

Dear Rep/Activist/Branch Secretary

This letter is to explain to you the events at the Stations and Revenue Functional Council meeting held today by management. We expect that management will circulate their own version of events, and feel that it is important that everyone knows the real facts and principles at stake.

Stations and Revenue Grades Committee Minutes from 7th April 2010

Agenda:

  1.  Minutes from previous meeting 3rd March 2010
  2.  Standing Orders
  3.  Election of third contact for Staff our Stations Campaign
  4.  Membership lists (change to agenda agreed by members present)
  5.  Recruitment and retention Plan
  6.  Standing Items: Stations & Revenue Council Report, Local Reports, Stations and Revenue H&SReport.

    Agenda: Station and Revenue Grades Committee 7th April 2010

    Brothers and SIsters
    The next meeting will be convened at 15:00hrs on Wednesday 7th of April.

    All grades of station and revenue staff are invited and encouraged to come along to discuss and vote on the following:

    1 Standing Orders:
    1. Quorum:
    that unless otherwise decided, all meetings shall begin at 15:00 and end at 16:45.
    Five members shall form a quorum.