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London Midland: Duty Train Crew Manager - industrial action ballot result

12 February 2014

The industrial action ballot over the Company’s failure to make you an acceptable offer in relation to your productivity claim has now closed. The result was overwhelmingly in favour for strike action and action short of strike.

The actual results are:

Answer to question 1 – are you prepared to take industrial action short of strike?

Returned papers 15
Spoilt 0
Counted papers 15
Yes 14 (93.3%) of counted vote
No 1 – (6.7%) of counted vote

 

Answer to question 2 – are you prepared to take strike action?

Returned papers 15
Spoilt 0
Counted papers 15
Yes 14 (93.3%) of counted vote
No 1 (6.7%) of counted vote


These results send a very strong message to London Midland in that you will not give additional productivity to the Company without being fairly recompensed, and that you are prepared to do what it takes to defend your positions.

Thank you for taking part in this ballot. You have shown the courage and strength to fight back and demonstrate to your employer they cannot treat you in this way any longer.

If you require any further information on the contents of this circular please contact either your TSSA Company Council rep, Mark John, or your local reps. Please also discuss the contents of this circular with your colleagues, and encourage any non-members to join. The more members we have, the stronger our negotiating position becomes.

Other members in the company should see our advice for those not taking industrial action.

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