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Freightliner Intermodal Claims for Improvement to Pay and Conditions - 2014

9 January 2014

Now that the TSSA negotiated three year company-wide pay agreements for both Clerical and Management staff come to an end this year, your Business Council Representatives will shortly be meeting with the company to discuss our aspirations and demands for Pay and Conditions of employment which are due for review from 1 April (for Clerical Staff) and 1 July (for Management Grades)

Company Wide Pay Discussions 2014

To submit a pay claim reflective of our member’s views we are carrying out a survey prior to formally discussing the matter with management.

The claim that your reps take forward belongs to all of the members and requires your input for it to be most effective. It is important that you let us know your views on this issue so they can be taken forward. You can be assured that your responses will be kept confidential and will only be used to gain a general consensus of what our members seek to achieve.

We need as many members as possible to participate in the survey which should only take a few minutes to complete. The information you provide us will form the basis of our discussions with management when we meet.

Please complete the survey online HERE

Please complete this survey no later than Monday 28rd February 2014.

TSSA New Reps Appointments

We are pleased to inform that Kev Holstead based at Southampton has been appointed at Clerical Business Council Rep, he will sit on the Clerical National Business Council and also for the forthcoming Pay Negotiations for Clerical Staff. In addition to this Steve Driscoll also based at Southampton has been appointed as Local Industrial Relations Rep.

If you are interested in becomming a TSSA at any other Freightliner worpkplaces please do get in touch via email and we can contact you to discuss this further.

TSSA Organising our future

If all our members were to encourage just one colleague to join, our strength as a union will be doubled and we would be even stronger in facing an ever-changing climate at work.


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