It’s your pay, have your say!
The TSSA WMT 2024 General Grades' pay claim survey is now live.
Help your TSSA reps to prepare a claim for improvements to your pay and conditions in advance of the 1 April 2024 pay anniversary. This applies to staff in General Grades, i.e below PM1 grade, whether you are in TSSA sole recognised grades e.g. Controllers and DTCMs, or jointly recognised grades such as clerical, admin and supervisory grades.
Reps will submit a formal claim for improvements to terms and conditions, based on members’ priorities and TSSA policies. Please take a couple of minutes to complete our online survey so that you can have your say and strengthen your negotiating team’s mandate to secure a good deal for the future:
The survey closes at 09:00 on Wednesday 21 February
As a recognised trade union, TSSA members are represented collectively when negotiating pay and conditions. We engage members in workplace democracy to create a powerful voice and to make decisions collectively.
Can you help to support your colleagues in WMT?
Members covered by collective bargaining have the right to elect workplace union representatives who represent local teams. If you don’t know who the local TSSA rep is in your area, we may have a vacancy that you could fill.
If you are interested in getting involved, get in touch. If you have a great colleague that you would be happy to represent you and your colleagues, encourage them to come forward.
Email email@example.com or call the Members’ Helpdesk. Full training and support with paid time off is available for reps.
For more information about TSSA in West Midlands Trains, visit the relevant section of the TSSA website here
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If you have changed jobs, moved house, or have new contact details, please ensure that your membership information is updated so that we can represent you effectively.
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Don't forget to have your say in our pay claim survey before 09:00 on Wednesday 21 February!