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RMT to launch campaign to 'completely oppose' station admin staff job cuts

REDUNDANCIES, STATION ADMIN STAFF - LONDON UNDERGROUND (LUL/16/3)

The following resolution has been received from our East Ham Branch:-

“This branch is appalled by London Underground's proposals to significantly cut numbers of Stations Admin staff.

These cuts will cause unacceptable stress to our members, with increased workloads, significant changes to their roles and unsafe workloads. Additionally, this will create extra work for our station staff members, who will have to take on some of the responsibilities that currently fall to our admin members.

RMT 'to launch a campaign to completely oppose' station admin staff cuts

REDUNDANCIES, STATION ADMIN STAFF – LONDON UNDERGROUND

We note the resolution from our East Ham Branch and the effect the admin staff reductions will have on our Members.

We instruct the General Secretary to arrange a meeting of all our senior IR Reps affected along with the Lead Officer; Senior Assistant General Secretary and NEC and
to launch a campaign to completely oppose these cuts.

London Underground Branches and the London Transport Regional Council to be advised.

An open letter to station AG1s: Join the RMT and fight Transformation

This is an open letter from station staff RMT members to our support staff (AG1’s in old money).

We have become increasingly concerned at the proposals you are facing as part of LU’s so-called Transformation. We ourselves have just been dragged through the lunacy of Fit for the Future: Stations, and we always knew that when LU had finished with us, other groups of LU staff would likely come under the cosh.

Transformation update: management lack most basic human compassion

Dear Colleagues

Update on the Status of LU Transformation

Since the details of common principles for all work-streams were agreed, we have been working on the details of 18 separate work streams - examining the possibilities and consequences of individual pools – this has slowed progress significantly as the workload is considerable. Furthermore and more importantly, we have tabled counterproposals and challenged the designs put forward to us as well as arguing points of principle.

Our objectives thus far have been relatively simple:

Transformation mass meeting

TO ALL BRANCHES AND REPRESENTATIVES
ALL UNDERGROUND AND FORMER LT EMPLOYERS

11th January 2018 Circular No: IR/23/18

Dear Colleagues,

TFL TRANSFORMATION (TFL/15/4)

Further to my previous Circular (IR/431/17, 28th September 2017), where I advised that TfL was undertaking a ‘root and branch’ review of the business with the intention of hitting a savings target of £5.8bn – made up from £5.2bn Business Savings and £0.6bn Operating Model Savings, discussions with the Company have continued.