Jubilee South branch

Jubilee South branch includes workers of all grades from Westminster to Stratford working on London Underground. This includes station, train, SMD signalling, catering and cleaning members.

The Grinch who stole my Xmas pay cheque

Why should you be in the RMT when LUL tell you there’s no need as we treat all staff with a degree of courtesy and respect?

 

How about this little Xmas cracker!

 

Member has had a horrendous year of personal struggle and grief.

Mental Health issues and a promise of support from LUL following a failed suicide attempt.

 

Jubilee Line drivers to strike over new working rosters

We note that the ballot results are as follows:

The result for strike action is as follows:-

Number of members balloted: 108

Total votes cast 58 (53.7 %)

Number voting “Yes” 46 (79.3%)

Number voting “No” 12

Spoilt Papers 0

The 40% and 50% thresholds were both met.

The result for action short of strike is as follows:-

Number of members balloted: 108

Total votes cast 58 (53.71%)

Number voting “Yes” 50 (86.2%)

Jubilee Line drivers to be balloted over increased weekend working

INTRODUCTION OF WTT15 – TRAIN OPERATORS – JUBILEE LINE, LONDON UNDERGROUND

The following resolution was recently received from Neasden Branch:-

“This branch notes that London Underground is proposing to introduce Working Timetable 15 from 20th May 2018.

Following a recent schedules meeting and scrutiny by our representatives it became clear that the introduction of WTT15 would increase the volume of weekend working which is in breach of the pay dispute resolution agreement dated 21st May 2016.

Jubilee South News January 2018

Jubilee South News is the newsletters for members of the Jubilee South branch.

In this edition: 

  • Thank you Jason, Goodbye Bob
  • The Grinch who stole my Xmas pay
  • New TOMs at Stratford and North Greenwich
  • FFFS - FFFA What’s in a name?
  • Meet our new stations Health & Safety rep

Please download the attached newsletter and distribute it in your workplace, or share online with your colleagues.

TfL Pensions Fund Elections

TfL Pensions Fund Elections

 

Elections for the pensions Consultative committee

 

It’s that time again when there are elections for staff representatives to sit on the pensions committee to keep an eye on our money.

 

The voting paperwork is now out and the main thing is we need to get the right people on there with the experience and knowledge to look after our money in the proper way, and to keep an eye on what LUL and the government are trying to do with our fund.

 

LTRC Training - Anti Trade Union laws 25/5/17 - 1300-1500

London Transport Regional Council training day 25 May 1300-1500 at the 12 Pins Finsbury Park 

New anti Trade Union laws came into effect this year and we need to train our reps and activists in how the new laws will affect our ballot results. Equally important is how we organise to overcome the hurdles set by the Government.

The course will be held at 12 Pins, Finsbury Park on May 25 1300 - 1700

To secure a place please contact Eamonn Lynch, Janine Booth or Petrit Mihaj.

Branch motion raises concerns about removal of Tunnel Telephone wires

London Underground has announced plans to remove tunnel telephone wires despite the concerns of RMT members.

Following the announcement of the decision, several branches passed the following motion:

This branch is concerned to learn of London Underground's plans to remove all tunnel telephone wires from the tube network.