Pay

Campaigning for better pay

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.

Piccadilly & District West Branch pay resolution

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2019 – LONDON UNDERGROUND
That we note the resolution from our Piccadilly & District West Branch and that a Mass Members Meeting took place on Wednesday 14 th August 2019 where members
views were sought.

We place this matter in our Southern Sub-Committee for examination and report.

Piccadilly & District West Branch & the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

Tube bosses make new pay offer

21st August 2019

Dear Colleagues,

RATES OF PAY & CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2019 - LONDON UNDERGROUND

Further to previous correspondence, your RMT negotiating team has attended a series of talks with the Company at ACAS and a revised offer has now been received which is as follows:-

Year One

• A 2.7% (February 2019 RPI + 0.2%) consolidated increase for all grades from 1st April 2019

• A minimum increase of £750 (pro-rated for employees working less than 35 hours per week)

Year Two

Pay Talks update: Tube bosses offer slight reduction in working hours as RMT keeps pressure on

RMT representatives met London Underground management today at ACAS.

Significantly, LUL management has now agreed that they share  RMT’s aspiration to reduce working hours for all LUL staff.

LUL management made a revised verbal offer, to be confirmed in writing:

Alstom pay offer falls short of expectations

Subject: RATES OF PAY AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE 2019 – ALSTOM METRO TRAINS

That we note the views of the Lead Officer and representatives; that the companies pay offer to us falls considerably short of our aspirations.

We instruct the General Secretary to prepare a ballot matrix, advise the company that a dispute now exists between our two organisations and that we are open for talks at ACAS.

Members to be advised by email & text.

LU Fleet Branch & the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.