Stations Functional Newsletter


A regular newsletter specifically for the London Underground stations grade, produced by the RMT Stations Functional Council.

 

 

Stations & Revenue Council News May 2018

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Reports are flooding in from across the combine of routine abuse of the Attendance At Work (AAW) policy.
Given these abuses, all local reps are strongly encouraged to appeal any LDI outcome other than “no further action”.Some classic lines to be on the lookout for when repping members at LDIs:

ITP is dead. It won’t be missed. No more forced moves

 SFC reps have long been demanding a Transfer and Promotional system to end the merry go round of forced displacements and achieve promotional opportunities for stations members. To achieve a fair system, based solely on preference, the following will apply;

CSM & CSS waiting list order;

325 Jobs Won through Strike Action Now Allocated

325 Jobs Won through Strike Action Now Allocated

« More than 500 Jobs have been won back since the 953 Fit for the future cuts were announced.

« 325 new jobs won by Jan 17 strike will bring big reduction in lone working at worst effected locations.

« Additional jobs plus 54 CSA2 to CSA1 upgrades will help roster balance.

Could Your iPad get you the Sack?

Download the new SFC News for news on iPads, data abuse and the latest on roster consultations on stations.

 

RMT reps are dealing with an alarming number of  cases where iPads, staff oysters, CCTV and even station evacuation sheets are being trawled to try and find evidence of wrongdoing.

With the imminent roll-out of the roster & coverage tool (RCT), which includes electronic booking on and off the potential for data to be used to discipline you, sometimes long after the event, is alarming.