|The RMT union has supported plans to stage a 48-hour walkout on Saturday over a continuing row over occupations.
Critical discussions were held yesterday after RMT voted for activity on the closing of ticket offices and changes to work rolls below the “Fit for the Future” scheme.
The activity probably will influence commuters trying to get to and from work on Monday.Yet, discussions are anticipated much later in the week between RMT and Transport for London which may avert the walkout. pay and a GBP500 bonus.
“we’ve delivered every commitment we made to our staff – there happen to be no compulsory redundancies, work life balance was shielded and there is a job for anyone without loss in pay.”Around 900 station staff will soon be promoted or go from fixed-term contracts to long-term jobs. There’s certainly certainly no basis whatsoever for this strike threat.”