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News, reports and information for RMT members who work for London Underground Ltd

When off sick here’s our advice: don’t call me I’ll call you!

 

An agreement from SFC dated 2005

Whilst LUL managers may deny these agreements there’s no doubt they exist.

They just don’t like sharing.

The SFC 2019 have, at the request of our reps, re-issued the following advice.

It’s important we make them stick to agreements made with the RMT

Mass Meeting: Pay, Transformation & Train Prep - 3 Disputes Must be Won

RMT has won a fantastic ballot result to fight cuts in train prep. We will also be fighting TfL Transformation cuts in the coming weeks and months. Now we also face a struggle to win a fair pay rise and shorter working week in our pay talks.

Please download the leaflet and circulate it to members in your workplace.

Printed copies will be available for Unity House.

LTRC Pay 2019 Bulletin

Pay talks are underway and with no offer on the table from LU for our pay rise this April we need to start mobilising members to fight for our demands:

32h 4day week

Substantial pay rise with flat rate minimum to benefit lower paid grades

Priv for all

Abolish CSA2 on stations

Plus other elements included in our pay submission.

Please download and distribute the LTRC newsletter. Printed copies will be available from Unity House later this week.

Sharma Jugroop - Attacked and beaten by 20 youths - sacked by London Underground

.Sharma Jugroop - Attacked and beaten by 20 youths - sacked by London Underground.
 
Sharma Jugroop was a CSS on the east end of the central line who was racially abused and physically attacked by a gang of up to 20 youths in April 2017.
He was hospitalised as a result.
 

Jubilee South News: September 2019

Jubilee South News is the newsletter for station workers on the Jubilee Line between Westminster and Stratford, train drivers at North Greenwich and Stratford train crew accommodations, ABM cleaners and Sodexo canteen staff at all these locations and signalers in SMD.

In this editon:

  • RMT Track Noise Ballot Success

  • RMT Train Driver goes full time following CDI dismissal

  • Mick Cash elected as RMT general secretary for second term

  • More good news from Jubilee South branch

Urgent meeting called over 'unacceptable' track conditions

That we note the resolution from our Central Line West Branch regarding the unacceptable track conditions and the failure of management to address these reported unsafe matters.

We instruct the General Secretary to arrange an urgent meeting of all our Central Line Driver H&S Representatives from both branches, Trains Safety Council, the Lead Officer, Senior Assistant General Secretary and members of the NEC.

Members to be advised by email & text.

Central Line East & West Branches and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

Members vote for industrial action over workplace violence concerns

A station worker assists a passenger

Subject: VIOLENCE AT WORK – EAST HAM BRANCH LOCATIONS

We congratulate our workplace representatives and East Ham Branch for campaigning and organising this ballot when the company had just abandoned our members to their fate; and our members for resolving to protect themselves and each other through their unions lawful democratic processes.

We note that the ballot result for action short of strike is as follows:-
Total votes cast 52 ( 68%)
Number voting “Yes” 49 ( 94.2%)
Number voting “No” 3
Spoilt Papers 0

96.4% ‘yes’ ballot result in excessive track noise dispute

That we note the strong 96.4% ‘yes’ ballot result for Action Short of a Strike our members have returned in this dispute, and congratulate our members, branches, reps and Lead Officer.
We also note a meeting with the company took place last week which went well; and that we are waiting for a letter from London Underground setting out resolutions to the matter of excessive rail noise following that meeting.