Stations Functional Newsletter


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

 

 

Station Locations for Fit for the Future Announced: How to Review & Appeal your Location

LU has sent out displacement notices to members. Moves are due to take place in 2016.
At first glance it looks like around 1000 station staff have been forcbly dispplaced when they had preferenced reaining on their current areas. Ths is about 25% of all station staff.
Please download the new SFC News and distribute it as widely as possible.
There is a also a poster to download i word format. Local reps should insert their contact details and make sure it goes to every station on their group.

Stations Functional News: Latest Report from JWP talks.

Talks Reveal that Assurances Amount to Nothing
RMT Demands Real Guarantees on Pay, Location & Grade

Mr Hufton's statements seemed almost reasonable in the circumstances; a genuine commitment to minimise upheaval for those affected by the impending job cuts.
RMT reps have engaged with LUL in an attempt to flesh out the promises. We quickly established that there were no guarantees at all. They simply weren't genuine.

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Stations & Revenue Functional News November 2013

LU is set to announce cuts in station staffing. RMT will fight to maintain 24/7 Supervisor cover for every station. We will oppose further cuts in Ticket office availablity.

Also: Rainbow seems to be returning to many groups with members called in to account for past sickness. read the latest advice here.

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Stations & Revenue Functional News November 2013

LU is set to announce cuts in station staffing. RMT will fight to maintain 24/7 Supervisor cover for every station. We will oppose further cuts in Ticket office availablity.

Also: Rainbow seems to be returning to many groups with members called in to account for past sickness. read the latest advice here.

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Workplace campaigns: 

Every Journey Matters, but Not Every job

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It is an indication of the way things are that the most important issue in this SFC News is about something management will not discuss at Functional Council.
Once again we have asked LU to come clean and tell members what their plans are for our stations. Vauxhall has now been added to the list of stations that will be refurbished and re-opened without a ticket office. Management refuse to say which other stations, or even how many will lose their ticket offices.