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RMT To Continue Campaign Against TfL Pay Offer

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RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2013-2015 – TRANSPORT FOR LONDON (TFL/0001)

As you will be aware, TfL members have been in dispute with the Company and taking on going industrial action short of strike action (see Circular No. IR/236/15, 1st October 2015 “Pay for Performance, Defend your Pensionable Pay – Transport for London”).

However in the meantime, the Company advised us of the following arrangements in respect of the 2013/14 pay review:-

·         There will not be a salary increase for 2013/14.

TfL Pensions Consultative Committee Elections - RMT preferred candidates

Dear Colleagues,

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

TfL PENSIONS CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE (PCC) ELECTIONS

TfL Pension Fund members are now receiving a ballot paper asking them to vote for candidates in the Section Three (LUL & Tube Lines employees) PCC election.

RMT members Paul O’Brien and Paul Murphy are standing for re-election and have been nominated by the London Transport Regional Council as their preferred candidates.

TfL Industrial Action Solidly Supported

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PAY FOR PERFORMANCE, DEFEND YOUR PENSIONABLE PAY – TRANSPORT FOR LONDON (TFL/0001)

All TfL members are commended for refusing to accept the Company’s “Pay for Performance” proposals. The on-going industrial action short of a strike as below is solidly supported and I urge all TfL members to continue taking part in the following industrial action:-

TfL Pay Update

TfL Company Council update – 1 September 2015 We are fighting for fair and equal pay at TfL - All unions present at today’s talks rejected management’s latest offer of a £1.5 million pot equating to 0.75% of the pay bill - We continue to seek clarity on the proposed distribution of the base pay pot - Negotiations continue around pay for band 1 employees on spine point 14 - We continue to press for clarity on the size of the pot for non-consolidated ‘performance awards’

Tube Warning As Sex Offences Up 35%

RMT slams Mayor for ignoring union warnings as TFL confirms today that sex offences have risen by 35% in a year
General Secretary Mick Cash said.

"RMT warned right from the off that cash led cuts to station staffing would turn London Underground into a criminals paradise and those who ignored those warnings, and in particular Mayor Boris Johnson, should be hanging their heads in shame today, apologising to Londoners and reversing their lethal cuts programme.

TFL1 and LU MATS Branch Meetings

TFL1 and LU MATS (LU Managers and admin) branch meetings are held upstairs, 17.00-19.30. Every 2nd Monday of each month in The Crown public house. 105 Blackfriars Rd. 5 mins walk right out of the Southwark Station

12th Jan, 9th Feb, 9th March, 13th April, 11th May, 8th June, 13th July, 10th Aug, 14th Sept, 12th Oct, 9th Nov, 14th Dec AGM

Find out what is happening in your work area and across London. Have your say and experience RMT’s ‘Unity is strength.

Paul Rutland: Branch Secretary 0794 187 7966 p.rutland@virgin.net

Nominations open for LU MATS Rep

Roy Carey has recently stood down from the role of MATS Rep for Tfl No.1 & LU MATS Branch on 11th May 2015.

The Branch has elected DTSM Lorna Tooley in the interim

We would like to open this position for nominations (for MATS LU Operational grades only)

The nominee must be in attendance at the next meeting to be held on 8th June 5pm at The Crown Pub, 108 Blackfriars Roadd, London SE1 8HW

Please notify Branch Secretary Paul Rutland or Branch Chair Linda Wiles