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TfL Unions - Working Together On Pay

Unions in TfL are making concerted efforts to schedule pay talks with TfL management, although no dates have yet been confirmed.

Over the last two weeks TfL Unions have held over twenty well-attended workplace meetings on pay across TfL, with more still to take place in the London Transport Museum and Dial-A-Ride. Feedback from members and non-members at these meetings tells us that the key aspects of this year’s pay talks are:

  • A negotiated, consolidated pay rise for all employees
  • Pay comparability across all parts of TfL

The disgraceful treatment of employees continues unabated.

The disgraceful treatment of employees continues unabated.

Our cleaners all over the combine are having to contend with bullying and intimidating managers who routinely abuse agreed policies and procedures including;

• Grievances unheard
• pay illegally deducted
• pay slips not provided
• victimisation
• race discrimination
• targeting of RMT trade union reps for their trade union activities.

Trainers - Do Not Sign Away Your Job

Dear Colleague,

COO training reorganisation - no agreement reached with your negotiators - do not sign away your job.

I am writing to you in respect of the fit for future for trainers in LUL, this is a similar exercise by TfL to reduce staffing and save money at the expense of jobs and the service provided to the travelling public.

You may have received a briefing from management as follows:-

“At yesterday’s consultation meeting the following was discussed:

  • An update on recent appointments in the training function was provided.

Transfer of 'Prosecution Activities' From LUL to TFL

PROPOSED TRANSFER OF PROSECUTIONS ACTIVITIES FROM LONDON UNDERGROUND TO TRANSPORT FOR LONDON

‘That we note the local processes have now concluded and we note the position. Should any issues arise from future meetings with the company the General Secretary is instructed to place these matters in front of this GGC’

TFL Revenue Protection Inspectors 2014/15 Pay deal

The new Pay Deal for the RPI’s which was negotiated and voted on by Unite.

There was a 48.57% turnout. 80.88% voted to accept the 2014/2015 pay deal.

Year 1 3% one off payment lump sum, non consolidated. 3% = £1120.32
Reduction in sick pay to 95%.

Year 2 3% consolidated increase plus shift allowance £1,300
If sickness target is met it will return to 100% if it falls it will drop to 90%

TFL Revenue Protection Inspectors 2014/15 Pay deal

The new Pay Deal for the RPI’s which was negotiated and voted on by Unite.

There was a 48.57% turnout. 80.88% voted to accept the 2014/2015 pay deal.

Year 1 3% one off payment lump sum, non consolidated. 3% = £1120.32
Reduction in sick pay to 95%.

Year 2 3% consolidated increase plus shift allowance £1,300
If sickness target is met it will return to 100% if it falls it will drop to 90%

TfL Members To Hold Pay & Pensions Strike On July 10th

Transport for London staff join July 10th strike action in fight over attack on pay and pensions
RMT members at Transport for London will be taking a further 24 hours of joint strike action from this Thursday morning, coinciding with widespread national industrial action in the public sector, in a dispute over an all-out attack on pay and pensions that would condemn to staff to a life of poverty in retirement.

Members have been instructed not to book on for any shifts that commence between:-

  • 05.59 hours Thursday 10th July 2014 and 05.58 hours Friday 11th July 2014.