Morden & Oval branch
Come to your branch and help with the decision to ballot all LUL members to get all ofthe 33 back to work.
Just before Christmas 2012, 33 RMT members on the north end of the Bakerloo Line were sacked by LUL. Many of them worked for LUL for over 5 years, only to be told they had failed the entrance tests for full time work.
This broke an agreement with the RMT.
The 33 were sacked due to LUL ending theircontract a year early.
It was agreed that the 33 would be migrated into LUL.
It is also clear LUL have colluded with the agencies to rob staff of over £1500.00 each in back pay.
Wednesday 3rd APRIL 2013: 1600hrs
The Bread and Roses Pub, nearest tube Clapham North
Here is the latest edition of Morden & Oval branch news.
In the newsletter are stories including:
Northern Line Training Latest from Trains Health And Safety Council
Local Reps met with Trains Health and Safety Council and Trains Functional Council representatives and RMT Head Office to formulate RMT concerns over training and delivery of any agreed training.
Training Course: That initial feedback be received in a positive manner to help improve and tailor the course to meet t/ops needs.
Scheduled for Tuesday 2nd Oct....... Update ASAP
RMT General Grades Committee decision:
That we are appalled that following the agreement we reached with London Underground last week, LU has instructed its lawyers not to discuss re-employing Arwyn Thomas, and instead to discuss only a financial settlement.
This is despite an Employment Tribunal having awarded Arwyn interim relief, finding that he was unfairly dismissed due to his trade union activities and asking LU to reinstate him. The only way to put right the injustice of Arwyn's dismissal is to reverse it, by Arwyn returning to work as a London Underground driver.
RMT 'Disgust' at London Underground's Confirmation of Arwyn Thomas Sacking; More Campaigning PlannedSubmitted by Janine on 30 March, 2011 - 12:49
RMT General Grades Committee decision:
That we note with disappointment and disgust that London Underground's directors' review has upheld the sacking of Arwyn Thomas. This is despite the fact that the Employment Tribunal awarded Arwyn Interim Relief and found that LU had sacked him unfairly due to his trade union activities. It is appalling that LU apparently feels that it is above the law, and that Tribunals does not have the power to compel an employer to re-employ a worker sacked unfairly.
“I am appalled that London Underground are refusing to reinstate Arwyn Thomas and Eamonn Lynch, when the Employment Tribunal has already ruled that their dismissal was discriminatory because of their trade union activities. It is vital that we stand up for our local trade union reps who are in the frontline of protecting workers interests and I fully support the RMT’s political and industrial campaign for justice for Arwyn and Eamonn.”
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Islington North
TO ALL RMT TRAIN OPERATORS AND INSTRUCTOR OPERATORS AT ELEPHANT AND CASTLE AND QUEENS PARK TRAINCREW DEPOTS
DISMISSAL – EAMONN LYNCH – TRAIN OPERATOR - LUL
I write to you with further clarification in this matter and below you will find the latest General Grades Committee decision: -
RMT's General Grades Committee has taken the following decisions to call further strikes:
Dismissal of Eamonn Lynch
In line with the request of our Bakerloo Line branch, all members at Queen’s Park and Elephant & Castle traincrew depots are instructed not to book on for any duty that commences between 21:00 hours on Sunday 20 February and 20:59 hours on Monday 21 February.
This date to remain confidential until notice is served.
That we seek talks with the employer under the auspices of ACAS with the aim of resolving this dispute.
RMT wins second interim hearing over victimisation of LU train operator on grounds of trade union activitiesSubmitted by admin on 25 January, 2011 - 13:42
TUBE UNION RMT today demanded an end to London Undergound’s campaign of bullying and harassment of union activists as the organisation won a second “interim relief” hearing at the Employment Tribunal in Croydon yesterday in the case of sacked Northern Line train operator Arwyn Thomas.