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Amey 2018 Pay Claim

16 October 2017

Details of our claim for improvements to pay and conditions in Amey

Click to view the full newsletter: http://mailchi.mp/tssa/tssa-amey-claim-2018

 

Thanks to everyone who took part in our online survey!


Hundreds of you helped to produce our claim for improvements to pay and conditions, available below. Our reps will use this as the basis for negotiations with Amey.

Claim Summary

 

For full details, view the pay claim:
http://bit.ly/Amey-2018-claim


With effect from the pay anniversary date (1 March 2018) TSSA is seeking a substantial, fully pensionable, increase in the basic rates of pay and other allowances that will lead to a material improvement in the standard of living of our members, including addressing any problems of low pay within the organisation.
Survey results identified job security and pay increases linked to inflation as key priorities while members have given our negotiating team flexibility to negotiate a single or multiple year deal.

  • Pay:an above RPI increase in pensionable pay and allowances for allmembers that will lead to a material improvement in the standard of living
  • Job security:acommitment to no compulsory redundancies
  • Fair pay:meaningful progress towards an equal pay structure in Amey anda comprehensive analysis of pay systems, grading structures and the operation of recruitment and selection
  • Pensions:Improved access to Defined Benefit pension arrangements
  • Working hours: areduction in the working week to a maximum of 35 hours in a 5-day week
  • Holiday:increase the basic annual leave entitlement by one day
  • Equality:areview of flexible working and family friendly policies
  • T&Cs:negotiated minimum terms and conditions of employment
  • Travel facilities:improved accessto travel facilities
  • Extend collective bargaining agreements:recognition to negotiate pay and conditions for band D and support staff

What's next?


Negotiations will begin on 17 October. Our reps will formally present the claim to the company. Look out for updates as negotiations progress.

Any offer will be considered by TSSA reps before being shared with members, with a recommendation to accept or reject if appropriate. As a democratic, member-led trade union, members will ultimately determine whether a deal is accepted or what action to take in order to seek improvements to pay and conditions.
It's your pay, make sure you have your say!

If your colleagues are not already in a union, encourage them to join today to have a say on their pay and conditions:www.tssa.org.uk/join

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