Transport Salaried Staffs' Association

TSSA is an independent trade union for the transport and travel trade industries. We have thousands of members right across the UK and Ireland, working for the railways and associated companies.

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Latest News

  1. Trade Union Leaders Back Jeremy Corbyn against Self Indulgent Leadership Challenge

    27 June 2016

    Twelve major trade union leaders, including TSSA General Secretary Manuel Cortes, have backed Jeremy Corbyn against the leadership challenge being manufactured by some in the Parliamentary Labour Party.

  2. Great Western Railway: Performance Management

    23 June 2016

    Guidance for TSSA management members on the Performance Management and Development process

  3. Govia Thameslink Railway Station Hosts Consultations

    22 June 2016

    TSSA has met with GTR following the introduction of a new proposal from the company.

  4. Hazards Conference 2016

    20 June 2016

    TSSA reps who wish to attend the 2016 Hazards Conference 'Building Resistance to Support Safety Reps in July need to complete the survey below.

  5. TfL Pay Claim 2016

    20 June 2016

    In March 2015 TfL imposed 'Pay for Performance' (PfP) despite overwhelming opposition, and unprecedented strike action, by staff. Members of TSSA, Unite and RMT took strike action on three occasions. Prior to PfP, base pay increases for all staff in bands 1-3 were negotiated with the trade unions. The pay rise was pensionable, and everyone received the same, subject to getting an 'achieved' P&D rating. This is still the case for bands 1-3 and equivalent grades in LUL. Many long-standing and higher paid staff now receive no increase in pensionable pay, regardless of their performance rating. Under PfP this likely to be the case for some time, and the number of staff affected will increase. TSSA, Unite and RMT remain in dispute with TfL regarding PfP. Nonetheless, we are engaging in pay talks with TfL with the purpose of achieving the best and fairest deal for staff.

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