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Trenitalia C2C 2017 Pay Offer

10 July 2017

Ahead of the 2017 pay anniversary date of 1 July, TSSA’s pay claim was submitted on behalf of their members employed in retail grades seeking improvements to rates of pay, terms and conditions of employment.

TSSA's Pay Claim

At a meeting held with C2C on 3 July, a 3.7% pay increase was tabled based upon the RPI (Retail Price Index) figure published in May.  This is equivalent to the pay increase offered to staff employed in all other grade groups, therefore presented as a ‘final’ pay offer. 

Your elected company council representatives – Billy Soule and Adrian Forrest collectively agreed to accept the final pay offer having taken soundings from our members.  TSSA has since written to C2C confirming our acceptance of that offer. The salary increase should apply to the next payroll date however confirmation of this has been requested. 

Terms and Conditions of Employment

Whilst pay was obviously the main element of TSSA’s pay claim, improvements to various conditions of service were also sought.  The other elements of TSSA’s formal pay claim were not discussed alongside the pay offer but, a series of meetings have been agreed to discuss and negotiate as part of the T&C’s (terms and conditions) restructuring talks. C2C has been informed that we expect the other elements of our pay claim to form part of those on-going discussions. Dates have been scheduled during July and August and will be attended by your elected representatives.  For information and feedback please refer directly to your staff representatives who will keep you informed.

Want to get more involved in your union?

Contact your elected company council representatives – Billy Soule, or Adrian Forrest,
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