Telent / MJ Quinns
We note the report from our Regional Organiser, and that MJ Quinn is refusing to recognise RMT for those employees transferred from Emcor, despite this union’s recognition for these members when they worked for Emcor.
In accordance with our Regional Organiser’s request, we instruct the General Secretary to obtain and place in front of us legal advice on the collective bargaining and recognition arrangements being transferred from Emcor to MJ Quinn under the TUPE regulations.
London Transport Regional Council and branches to be advised.
RMT Ends Dispute With MJ Quinn Following Olympic Bonus And Pay Increment, Whilst Telent Dispute Suspended For Further TalksSubmitted by admin on 5 July, 2012 - 04:18
We note the resolutions from our LU Engineering branch, and in line with these, we instruct the General Secretary to:
- advise MJ Quinn that following its Olympic bonus, pay increment and relaxation of
leave restriction, we are no longer in dispute with the company on this contract
- cancel the ballot of our members on this MJ Quinn contract
- advise our members of this decision
- keep our ballot of our members on Telent in suspension
- place in front of us reports on further talks with Telent and reports from our branch as
to members’ views
Further to our decision of 29 March 2012 to ballot our members on the Telent/MJ Quinn London Underground contract, we note subsequent correspondence from each employer improving its offer to our members. MJ Quinn has offered an Olympic bonus of £750 and a 2.5% pay rise.
Pay, Pensions & Olympic Bonus For Telent MJ Quinn Members At London Underground Discussed With BossesSubmitted by Peter on 22 June, 2012 - 17:02
No member had received an inflationary based increase despite the fact that the company is in profit
Senior Assistant General Secretary, Mick Cash, and other representatives from this union met with Telent on 12th June 2012 to address your union’s ongoing concerns.
Railway Pension Scheme
Your union would like to reduce the amount that members must pay towards their pensions and have asked the company to assist in this endeavour by putting in a lump sum.