Fund Transport for London

Video: Jared Wood reminds members to return ballot papers

RMT National Executive Council member Jared Wood reminds members of the importance to return ballot papers in our dispute to defend jobs, pensions and working conditions.

Jared says "Get your ballot paper back. Once we've done that the boot will be on the other foot. We will have a strike mandate and then TfL, the mayor and our managers will have to listen to us"

 

Poster for TfL/LU workplaces: vote yes

Please display this poster in your London Underground / TfL workplace to encourage members to vote yes in our dispute to defend jobs, pensions & agreements.

Ballot papers went out from the Monday 13th of December. If you don't have yours by today (20th December) please request a new one either by emailing info@rmt.org.uk or speaking to your local rep.

RMT concerned about TfL's use of non-permanent labour

NON-PERMANENT LABOUR - TRANSPORT FOR LONDON (TFL/13/1)

The following resolution has been received from our London Transport Regional Council:  

“This Region is concerned by the recent FOI release showing a huge number of non-permanent labour working for LUL. We are concerned that the real figure of labour is much higher due to this figure only being for LUL and not including TfL staff.

Night Tube dispute: RMT calls on mayor to act

As Night Tube action goes ahead again this evening RMT calls on Mayor to step in and resolve escalating disputes on London Underground

RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch has today written to the Mayor of London calling on him to use his political leadership to resolve the bitter dispute over the Night Tube and reverse station staff job cuts that risk the future of the Underground.

RMT to ballot 10,000 members as Tube bosses announce jobs cull plan

London Transport Union RMT to ballot all members for strike action from Monday as TfL announces first phase of mass job cuts.

LONDON TRANSPORT UNION RMT confirmed today that it will begin a ballot of over 10,000 members across all grades after TFL refused to give assurances on jobs, pensions and working conditions in the midst of an on-going financial crisis driven by central Government.