Council of Executives Member's Report to LTRC Executive, August 2011
Submitted by admin on 9 August, 2011 - 23:00
- LU pay – revised offer (Y1 5%, Y2-4 RPI+0.25%, Y5 RPI+0.5%) to be discussed by GGC tomorrow (10/8) – recommendation to reject – letter to ASLEF urging joint response: no reply
- CTS pay – 3% offer, feedback sought
- Victimisations – Tunde Umanah, Jayesh Patel, Tony Rowntree – all still awaiting appeal outcome
- Review of industrial disputes, LU – verbal report on progress to be given; input needed
- LU Job Cuts – to be discussed by GGC tomorrow (10/8)
- LU Command and Control Review – some replies received from LU, inadequate – reps’ meeting to take place
- LU Service Control rostered rest days – outcome of Directors’ meeting: no changes to rest days
- RMT/ TSSA merger – see decision; RMT team = Mick Cash, Alex Gordon, Malcolm Dunning, Owen Herbert (Micky Thompson reserve)
- Requests for reduced (£1) rates for Initial Rentokil cleaners and Sodexho canteen workers – referred to Council of Executives’ Organisation, Training & Education Sub-Committee – decision expected in early September
- LTRC resolutions (2010) on RMT website / ‘app’ – see decisions
- Other AGM decisions – most referred to sub-committees – to be discussed again by Council of Executives in September
- Olympics – Regional Organiser to report
- Changes to T/Ops’ procedures eg. recategorisation of platforms, sensitive edge – Regional Organiser to report
- GLA inquiry into TfL/LU customer service information – input sought
Janine Booth, 9 August 2001
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