Saturday, 19 April 2014

RMT issued a press release 4pm yesterday which along with the usual filler claims that a further 840 “front-line operational” posts will go although they don’t specify exactly what these jobs are.  More information would be nice as TSSA made no mention of more job cuts.

Elsewhere 1000 managerial staff at TfL HQ in Victoria, London Overground and travel centres in the big mainline stations have voted to go on strike over a pay freeze and pension cuts; Peter Hendy and more than 50 senior managers earning over £100k will be unaffected.  Management have twice refused to go to ACAS but TSSA are still hoping to settle this through negotiation.

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