Pay

Campaigning for better pay

RMT secures new deal for Boxing Day

download the attached poster. You could also print and distribute it in your depot.

Most drivers will be aware of the Boxing Day “agreement” that was hastily signed off by Aslef about 9 years ago. It was a very unsatisfactory deal because the bonus of £350 wasn’t index linked and has consequently gone down in value every year.

New leaflet: Vote Yes for strike action on pay & conditions

The NEC has taken the decision to ballot all LUL members over pay & conditions.

We will not accept an either/or offer that asks us to chose between protecting our pay or addressing fatigue and working hours.

Please circulate this new leaflet. There are printed copies available at Unity House from Thursday 5 March. Please ensure every workplace has copies in the mess rooms and on notice boards.

Tube staff to be balloted in fight for improved pay offer

strike flag

RMT moves to ballot all tube staff over failure of London Underground to come up with acceptable pay offer.

TUBE UNION RMT confirmed today this it is moving to an urgent ballot of 10,000 staff across London Underground for both strike action and action short of a strike after more than a year of negotiations have failed to produce an offer on pay that meets the very reasonable demands of the workforce.

Change of date: LUL Pay dispute mass meeting

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To all LUL Level 1 Representatives (including former Tube Lines)

RATES OF PAY AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE – LONDON UNDERGROUND LIMITED

Please be advised that RMT has called a mass meeting of LUL Representatives to report and receive feedback on developments concerning the 2019 claim for improvements to rates of pay and conditions of service and management’s proposed four–year deal. Myself and your National Executive Committee Representative, Jared Wood, will be in attendance.

RMT Upfront: Tube Drivers' News Pay Special

RMT Upfront is the newsletter for tube drivers from the RMT. In this special edition we look at what the company has offered for drivers in their so called 'full and final' pay and conditions offer, and why the RMT has come to the decision that a ballot for industrial action is now required to enable us to push for a better, fairer offer.

Jubilee South Branch News November 2019

Jubilee South news is produced by RMT Jubilee South branch activist. Please download and distribute it in your workplace.

In this edition:

  • Ballot planned as RMT rejects Tube pay offer

  • CSA sacked as AM ditches right to redeployment

  • Workplace violence increasing

  • ABM boss earns £4.5m

  • Detrainment staff return to the W&C line

 

RMT Tube pay dispute meeting rejects latest offer

Meeting

"We instruct the General Secretary to provide all assistance in preparing a ballot matrix for a ballot of the entirety of our London Underground membership for a ballot for Industrial Action; which is to be completed with a target for the strike ballot ready to go by the end of November."

That we note the full and final offer from the company was discussed at an all LU Reps meeting last Thursday.