NSSN 425: Victories show action works!

February 18, 2019 in Bulletins

This week, we headline our bulletin with news of recent successes after long running disputes – by women workers in Glasgow fighting for equal pay and the RMT fighting Driver Only Operation on Northern Rail. We send our solidarity and hope that both will be finally settled acceptably to both sets of workers and their unions

 

Unison & GMB

We won’ – Glasgow women celebrate equal pay (7 Feb) – City Chambers rally greets council’s ratification of £548m deal to compensate for years of unequal pay. “We won!” was the cry as underpaid women workers held a celebratory rally outside Glasgow City Chambers today to mark “a milestone” in their fight for equal pay – a £548m deal to end their long-running dispute. The deal covers payments to settle up to 16,000 equal pay claims. It was agreed in principal last month with UNISON, the GMB and the Action for Equality law firm, and formally ratified by city council’s administration committee today. The union members and others – many of whom took part in the largest equal pay strike for decades at the end of last year – should start receiving their payments in June. Almost 2,000 additional equal pay claims have been lodged since the agreement in principal was signed, meaning close to 16,000 claimants could benefit. The vast majority of those are women working in caring, catering and cleaning across the city, although the figure does include a small number of men, including 300 janitors. The next step now is to come up with a new pay system which puts an end to discriminatory pay.

“This is an important step in a long campaign for equal pay for women and men working in Glasgow City Council,” commented Glasgow UNISON branch chair Mary Dawson read more on Unison website

SPS Glasgow Equal Pay strike

 

RMT

RMT suspends Northern strike action after major ACAS talks breakthrough ends two years of deadlock (6 Feb) – RAIL UNION RMT said today that substantial progress in talks through the offices of ACAS has allowed the union’s executive to suspend the on-going programme of strike action on Northern Rail over the retention and the role of the guard on their trains. Through the talks process the company have now offered a guarantee of a conductor on all trains, including the new fleet, for the duration of the current franchise. The guarantee is supported by the Department for Transport. Further talks, involving all stakeholders, will now seek further agreement on operational models moving forwards.

RMT General Secretary Mick Cash said: “Firstly I want to pay tribute to RMT’s members on Northern Rail whose resilience and determination though two years and 47 days of action has been the foundation on which today’s major breakthrough has been based. They are an absolute credit to both this union and the wider movement…” read more

Newcastle Northern Rail strike picket

Newcastle Northern Rail strike picket

 

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More RMT

Support South Western Railway‎ strikes – RMT members on South Western Railway‎ have been taking strike action over the threat Driver Only Operation. Sign the Parliamentary petition to make it a legal requirement to have a second safety critical person on trains

RMT members on South Western Railway have just renewed their industrial action mandate by winning another ballot with an outstanding 88% majority read more

RMT members on South Western Railway working as Commercial Guards, Guards and Train Drivers are instructed to not to book on for any shifts that commence between:-

  • 00.01 Hours and 23.59 Hours on Friday 22nd February 2019.
  • 00.01 Hours and 23.59 Hours on Saturday 9th March 2019.
  • 00.01 Hours and 23.59 Hours on Saturday 16th March 2019

RMT mobilising for protest on Tuesday as campaign grows to halt closure of Glasgow’s Springburn Rail Depot (15 Feb) – RAIL UNION RMT today called for the mobilisation of the broadest possible political and public support for a protest on Tuesday aimed at halting the proposed closure of the Springburn Rail Depot and the lifting of the threat to nearly 200 jobs and 160 years of train building, maintenance and engineering history on the site. Campaigners are marching to the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday 19th February and will assemble at the top of Market Street, Edinburgh Waverley at 14.45 before moving off for the Parliamentary debate at 17.00 lead by Scottish Labour MSP James Kelly. Union members from Springburn will be in the public gallery. In December last year, Gemini announced its intention to close the depot, threatening nearly 200 highly-skilled jobs. The Springburn depot carries out service, maintenance, repair, overhaul and upgrades on all of the ScotRail fleet. If the proposed closure goes ahead it will mean the repairs and maintenance of Scotland’s rail stock being carried out in England in what RMT calls an insult to the rail industry in Scotland and the sweeping away of 160 years of rail engineering history read more

 

Unite

Birmingham bin strike to start in ‘secret payments’ and ‘blacklisting’ dispute (18 Feb) – Members of Unite, the UK and Ireland’s largest union, employed by Birmingham council on its refuse collection service will begin strike action tomorrow (Tuesday 19 February), in a dispute over ‘secret payments’ and blacklisting. Picket lines will be in place at all of the council’s refuse depots from 05:00 until 14:00. The primary focus will be at the picket line at Redfern Road Depot, Kings Road, Typsley, Birmingham B11 2AB, where Unite assistant general secretary Howard Beckett will be in attendance and available for interview.

WHEN: Tuesday 19 February 05:00–14:00

WHERE: Redfern Road Depot, Kings Road, Typsley, Birmingham B11 2AB

The dispute is a result of Birmingham council making secret payments to refuse workers who did not take part in the 2017 bin strikes. Unite has argued that the payments amount to the blacklisting of its members and has argued that all workers should receive an equal payment, a proposal rejected by the council. Peace talks aimed at resolving the dispute collapsed last week, when Birmingham council made a poorer offer than that which was previously on the table. Unite assistant general secretary Howard Beckett said: “Birmingham bin workers are taking strike action as a last resort.

“This industrial action is entirely of Birmingham council’s making. It was Birmingham council which made secret payments to bin workers who did not go on strike in 2017. Then, when Unite discovered the secret payments, it was Birmingham council which refused to accept that it had blacklisted our members and refused to make an equal payment to our members. Since the dispute began it is Birmingham council which has been deliberately endangering the safety of workers and residents alike by sending out bin lorries without the required safety staff. It is Birmingham council whose actions led to the collapse of peace talks last week by tabling an offer which was worse than the one which Unite had already rejected. The resolution to this dispute is in the hands of Birmingham council which needs to end the discrimination and make payments to Unite members equal to what the non-striking workers have already received.”

Unite has produced a short film to explain why the union has been forced to take strike action.

The strike dates that Unite has announced are: Tuesday 19 February, Friday 22 February, Wednesday 27 February, Thursday 28 February, Monday 4 March, Friday 8 March, Tuesday 12 March, Wednesday 13 March, Thursday 21 March, Friday 22 March read more

Baggage handlers and check-in staff at Luton Airport vote for strike action (18 Feb) – Baggage handlers and check-in staff employed by GH London Ground Handling Services (formerly known as Azzurra Ground Handling) at Luton Airport have voted for strike action over the company’s decision to impose a pay freeze on hard-working staff. A week-long strike will commence on Sunday 3rd March at  6:00pm until Sunday 10th March at  5:59pm.  96 per cent of the workers that took part in the ballot voted in favour of strike action read more

BA Gatwick passengers face food and water shortages as delivery drivers ballot for industrial action (14 Feb) – Passengers taking British Airways flights from Gatwick airport face not being supplied with food or drink on flights this spring if HGV drivers take industrial action, in a dispute over pay. The HGV drivers, over 50 of who are members of Unite, are employed by Alpha Flight UK Limited, which is BA’s sole supplier of inflight food at Gatwick airport. The dispute is a result of Alpha Flight UK, reneging on an agreement with Unite to introduce a market rate alignment pay allowance for the HGV drivers, who are currently paid below the going rate. The industrial action ballot opens today (Thursday 14 February) and will close on Thursday 28 February. If, as expected, the drivers vote in favour of industrial action then the dispute could begin by mid-March and affect the Easter getaway. If drivers do take industrial action then Alpha Flight UK will not be able to transport food from its on-site warehouse. The tight security airside at Gatwick precludes alternative options. Unite has already undertaken a consultative ballot of the drivers which produced a 100 per cent vote in favour of industrial action read more

Birmingham council accused of provoking strike action as bin talks collapse (12 Feb) – Birmingham council was accused of acting in a deceitful and deliberately misleading manner by Unite after peace talks aimed at preventing next week’s bin strikes collapsed within minutes today (Tuesday 12 February). Unite assistant general secretary Howard Beckett said: “Unite attended talks at Acas today in good faith only to discover that the terms of settlement proposed now by Birmingham council are worse than the unacceptable terms previously on offer. “Under those circumstances the talks collapsed immediately and given the attitude of the council there is little prospect of further talks taking place in the near future. It is clear that Birmingham council has one agenda which is to provoke strike action, which will cause misery for the city’s residents. The strike dates that Unite has announced are: Tuesday 19 February, Friday 22 February, Wednesday 27 February, Thursday 28 February, Monday 4 March, Friday 8 March, Tuesday 12 March, Wednesday 13 March, Thursday 21 March, Friday 22 March read more

Bristol workers turn pantomime drama into pay victory (8 Feb) – Unite has negotiated an inflation beating pay increase for hundreds of workers at Bristol Waste, following a sustained organising campaign to overturn the company’s original pay offer which fell well below the rate of inflation. The two year deal worth 6.2 per cent in total means a typical worker will receive an increase worth around £1,400, almost double the company’s original pay offer. Unite members have overwhelmingly voted to accept the pay offer. Unite is the largest union at Bristol Waste read more

Workers at East Anglia print firm to strike for fourth time over two year pay freeze offer (6 Feb) – Print workers at Suffolk firm, CPI William Clowes, who have been given just two pay rises in the last 14 years, will take a fourth day of strike action on Wednesday 13 February. Unite pledged that there would be further strike action in the run-up to Easter, if the management did not enter into constructive talks on pay. The workers at the Beccles company will walk-out for 24 hours on 13 February in their dispute over the company’s current offer of a two year pay freeze from April 2018 read more

 

More Unison

Strike threat over Dundee council’s plan to remove ‘entitlement’ to redundancy or early retirement (14 Feb) – A shake-up of the council’s voluntary redundancy and early retirement process could lead to union members balloting for industrial action…Unison branch secretary Jim McFarlane said unions would oppose any changes which could take away employee “rights” to decide how they retire or volunteer themselves for redundancy read more from Dundee Evening Telegraph

College workers to vote on industrial action (11 Feb) – Members at ‘around 20’ FE colleges in England will take part in nationally co-ordinated ballot. UNISON members at approximately 20 further education colleges in England are to be balloted over potential industrial action following the union’s pay consultation, which ended last week read more

Support the striking Birmingham homecare workers – Please send messages of support and donations to Unison Birmingham branch, 46 The Priory Queensway Birmingham  B4 7LR. Email info@birminghamunison.co.uk    Facebook group – https://www.facebook.com/birminghamunison/

Support Camden NSL parking wardens strike – these workers have just completed another fortnight of strike action for decent pay, taking their total to 33 days. Email support to Camden Unison via unison@camden.gov.uk and send cheques made payable to ‘Camden Unison NSL’ to Camden Unison, 59 Phoenix Road, Brill Place, London NW1 1ES

 

CWU

Manchester Royal Mail strike set to start this week (Feb 15) – Postal services in parts of Greater Manchester – including the city’s airport – are set to be severely impacted next weekend unless Royal Mail management “urgently address” the concerns of workers at Wythenshawe Delivery Office. Two days of strike action, On Friday 22nd and Monday 25th, have been called by the CWU in response to “two instances of unacceptable use of the conduct code” over recent months, which, according to unit rep Phil Tickle, “are just two specific examples of widespread historic and continuing unacceptable and unnecessary behaviour of management towards staff.” One member was disciplined for reporting sick with stress, while another faced action for allegedly posting a complaint of management bullying on social media read more

Troubling new issues emerge with ISS in disputed BT Facilities outsourcing (Feb 15) – Discussions with BT, CBRE and ISS on the terms of transfer for 1,700 BT Facilities Services employees who are in scope for outsourcing took a dramatic turn this week following the shock exposure of troubling new issues that particularly relate to housekeepers who will be moving over to ISS in just six weeks time. Despite previous encouraging progress in discussions that have to date focussed on the nuts and bolts of the standard contractual and non-contractual Ts&Cs and benefits that will transfer with cleaning staff when they leave the employment of BTFS on April 1, the CWU has moved swiftly to challenge two serious issues relating to pay that have emerged in the small-print of the TUPE matrix documentation read more

Strike called at Royal Mail Northern Ireland office (Feb 7) – Delivery members at a Northern Ireland unit will strike later this month unless management “see sense and listen to reason” over a controversial discipline action against two postmen. Craig Stewart and Jim Magowan, from Bangor Delivery Office, were handed two-year suspended dismissals back in September for an alleged “non-completion” of a duty, but they, their workmates and their branch insist that the pair followed the proper procedures and that the disciplinary penalties are unfair. Despite pursuing an appeal through the internal procedure, the company maintained the penalty against the pair and the branch was left with no alternative but to request a strike ballot last month – which returned a 81% majority in favour. The CWU postal executive met yesterday, noted the result and formally authorised two days of strike action at Bangor, which will take place on Saturday 23rd February and Monday 25th February read more

 

PCS

Analysis shows civil service pay well below rest of public sector (15 Feb) – Shock conclusions of analysis commissioned by PCS shows average civil service pay has fallen in value since 2010 by between 9% and 11%, by comparison with the average pay in the rest of the public sector. Since 2010, during the period of the public sector pay freeze and 1% pay cap, increases in average pay in local government, health and education have been consistently higher than the civil service…The dramatic fall in the value of pay in the civil service is shown by the fact that by 2018, median pay in the civil service was between 8.9% and 14.5% lower than it was in 2010 in real terms. This translates to a cumulative loss in pay of between £13,200 and £16,200 since 2010 for the median earner over this period, depending on whether the CPI or RPI is used…Already this year, civil service chief executive, John Manzoni, has told PCS, that there is only 1% available to fund pay increases in the civil service. This pay betrayal must stop. The government is in disarray over Brexit, and needs civil servants more than ever before…PCS has launched a ballot for strike action over this pay betrayal, which will open on 18 March and run to 29 April read more

Strikes suspended at Historic Royal Palaces (15 Feb) – After two days of successful and well supported industrial action by PCS members over cuts to their pensions at Tower of London, Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace, Historic Royal Palaces agreed to reopen negotiations which took place today (15) read more

Ealing members in strike ballot against HMRC office closure (14 Feb) – A strike ballot, which could lead to the first PCS HMRC-specific strike for at least 5 years, starts on Monday (18) involving PCS Revenue and Customs members opposing the closure of their office – International House, Ealing. HMRC, which has already lost tens of thousands of years of tax experience as a direct result of its office closure plans, is proceeding with its misnamed Building Our Future proposals which will see 90% of HMRC offices closed and replaced by fewer than 20 ‘regional centres and specialist sites’. As part of these proposals the Ealing office could close as early as 2020, putting many of the staff at risk of redundancy. As if to rub salt in members’ wounds, HMRC has recently been recruiting for a location in Hayes, which is within reasonable daily travel for Ealing staff, but this was not offered as an option for members at International House. The industrial action ballot, which runs from 18 February to 5 March and also asks members to support an overtime ban, could see the first HMRC-specific strike in 5 years, and take place in the only remaining HMRC office located anywhere near Heathrow Airport read more

Parliamentary security staff start strike ballot (14 Feb) – A ballot of PCS members employed as security staff across the parliamentary estate begins today (14 February). The industrial action ballot involves all security staff and centres around longstanding issues over rest breaks, seeking settlements for members and the reinstatement of a colleague read more

PCS members in Universal Credit ballot over unmanageable workloads (12 Feb) – Up to 300 staff are being balloted for strike action and action short of strike at Wolverhampton and Walsall service centres. The decision to ballot staff in Universal Credit could mean industrial action takes place next month. This would be the first walkout in the beleaguered service which has faced severe under investment, staff shortages and criticism from claimants on how they are treated. PCS members are currently being balloted and if union members agree, two days of strike action will take place on March 11 and 12. Workers at Universal Credit sites Wolverhampton and Walsall are demanding the recruitment of more staff, permanent contracts for fixed term staff and a decrease in workloads read more

More PCS strike action by outsourced staff at BEIS over London Living Wage (11 Feb) – Security guards, porters, receptionists, post room staff, cleaners and caterers will step up their campaign for a London Living Wage when they take further strike action on Wednesday (13 February). Outsourced workers in the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have already taken strike action over pay and working conditions and will be out in force again with a 26-hour stoppage. Picket lines will be formed at 3.30pm on Wednesday by workers from Aramark who will walkout for 24 hours, while Engie workers will go on strike for 26 hours from 5pm. Both sets of workers will take part in a “Valentines’ Day” picket outside BEIS offices at 1 Victoria St, Westminster, London, at 8-10am on Thursday (14). Please donate to the PCS and UVW strike funds

 

More GMB

Industrial action threat over leisure centre outsourcing (15 Feb) – GMB Union has threatened industrial action over an ‘idiotic’ decision to outsource staff at council run leisure centres. Workers at leisure centres operated by Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council (ABC) were appalled this week when the council’s Leisure sub-committee voted in favour of allowing the outsourcing of the local authority’s leisure services. The outsourcing of leisure services by nearby Belfast City Council has led to higher prices, staff cuts and less access to facilities for the public read more

 

BFAWU

How Sheffield and the BFAWU are leading the fight to organise young workers – Never underestimate what resolve strength and character working-class people can muster when they are staring adversity in the face, writes BFAWU general secretary Ronnie Draper read more

 

FBU

FBU responds to upcoming Channel 4 Dispatches on Grenfell (15 Feb) – On Monday 18 February, Channel 4 Dispatches will air a programme titled Grenfell: Did the Fire Brigade Fail? The FBU has not yet seen the programme, but understands that it will be highly critical of the London Fire Brigade’s response to the Grenfell Tower fire. Ahead of the programme’s broadcast, Matt Wrack, FBU general secretary, said: “Firefighters risked their lives that night to save others, and were placed in an utterly impossible situation because of the failure of the building. Before any firefighter arrived, before any 999 calls were made, the building was a potential death trap. The building was wrapped in flammable cladding which caused the fire to spread at an unprecedented, and rapid rate. We have longstanding criticisms of fire and rescue policy in the UK, and have in the past made many criticisms of individual fire and rescue services, including the London Fire Brigade. The FBU has made urgent recommendations for a review of the stay put policy, but we are clear that this is a national matter which government should initiate. The government has been too slow to respond, both in terms of unsafe building materials and reviewing national fire and rescue policy.” Read more    Facebook event: tonight 8pm Solidarity with Fire Fighters – Justice For Grenfell. Kentish Town Fire Station. Hosted by Unite Community Camden

Record numbers rescued as firefighters face further cuts (11 Feb) – Firefighters have rescued record numbers of people this year, according to data obtained by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU). Figures show an increased public need for rescue services, prompting calls for the government to properly fund fire and rescue services as they serve increasingly varied roles. Non-fire rescues now outnumber fire rescues tenfold, but the Westminster government continue to ignore the increasingly diverse demands on the service. Last week, Housing, Communities and Local Government Secretary James Brokenshire announced further cuts to fire authority funding. The message is clear – austerity is not over for the fire service read more

 

UCU

Ballot opens at Coventry University in row over pay (13 Feb) – members at Coventry University are being balloted for industrial action in a row over pay. Members are being asked to back both strike action and action short of a strike, which could see them boycott a controversial new appraisal system. The dispute centres on the university’s refusal to adopt a national system for pay increases used by the vast majority of universities. The ballot closes on Tuesday 5 March read more

Strike ballots open at more London colleges (13 Feb) – Strikes at more London colleges could be the cards as ballots have opened at another two London colleges. The ballots at Tower Hamlets College and Redbridge College opened on Monday (11 February) and will close on Friday 1 March. If staff back strike action, they will join colleagues at other colleges in a third wave of strikes over pay and conditions in March. Previously, UCU members at six colleges took action in November and members at 13 colleges walked out last month, including at Croydon, Lambeth and West Thames colleges in London. The dispute centres on the failure of colleges to make a decent pay offer to staff who have seen the value of their pay decline by 25% over the last decade read more

Strikes off at Queen Margaret University as jobs row settled (12 Feb) – A strike scheduled for tomorrow at Edinburgh’s Queen Margaret University (QMU) has been called off after the university and UCU reached an agreement on jobs and future working. An agreement between the two sides will ensure there will be no compulsory redundancies, no plans for further staff cuts and commits unions and the university to work together on a number of other workplace issues read more

 

EIS

Consultative Ballot on Teacher Pay – Ballot Opens: Thursday 31st January 2019, Ballot Closes: Thursday 21st February 2019. This will be an electronic ballot with members for whom we don’t hold email addresses being notified by letter. It is the recommendation of EIS Council that members vote to reject this offer read more

 

NUJ

BBC staff must not be intimidated by Tommy Robinson (15 Feb) – Joint unions statement on Tommy Robinson demonstration at Media City, Salford: The National Union of Journalists and BECTU, unions which represent BBC staff at Media City, Salford, roundly condemn Tommy Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, and his fellow, far-right thugs who intend to intimidate staff at the corporation, particularly those working on Panorama, with a demonstration at Salford Quay on Saturday 23 February. He is the subject of a Panorama investigation and on his Facebook page has videoed a tirade against the corporation. The NUJ and BECTU say BBC staff should be free to do their jobs without these threats.  Intimidation, threats and violence carried out by far-right protesters systematically targeting the media, especially photojournalists, are becoming more frequent and we will always call out this behaviour and report criminal activity to the police. We support our members who will be joining the Manchester Trades Council, Stand Up to Racism and other unions in signing a statement condemning Robinson’s plans to rally at Media City and his attack on BBC workers, and those who will be taking part or covering the counter demonstration read more

 

BECTU

Read the latest about the Picturehouse dispute on Brixton Ritzy Facebook Page and those of Hackney, Crouch End, Central, Dulwich East and Duke of York Brighton

Donate to the Picturehouse Cinema strike fund: https://www.crowdpac.co.uk/campaigns/250/picturehousestrike

 

IWW

Deliveroo Strikes – views from the picket line (17 Feb) – In recent months, Deliveroo workers have been on strike in Birmingham, Bristol, Cheltenham, London and Nottingham over poor pay and worsening conditions. A number of these strikes have been self organised by the riders, and others have been supported by the IWW Couriers Network and the Independent Workers of Great Britain. On the 14th February, united under the slogan #NoLoveForDeliveroo couriers in several towns and cities took coordinated action to voice their anger at the low pay and lack of respect that Deliveroo pay to the riders that make the company money.  In a time where the truth often gets lost beneath the message of those with the deepest pockets, below are two stories from the front line in the fight for better conditions in the industry read more

 

IWGB

Clean up Outsourcing: National Demo Against Outsourcing: 8am London Tuesday February 26 – For the first time in UK history, a coalition of unions are coming together in a day of action against outsourcing. Outsourcing is one of the underhanded methods used by  bosses for decades to drive down our employment conditions. By using middlemen in the form of outsourcing companies, employers are able to offer some workers far worse pay, holiday entitlements, sick pay and pension contributions read more in Facebook event

 

 

Other news

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Blacklisting & Victimisation

Blacklist Support Group financial appeal: the Blacklist support group is desperately short of funds, to continue the incredible work we need more finance, would you please consider making a donation, raise it at your branches and trade councils. Please make cheques payable to Joint sites committee and send to 70 Darnay Rise Chelmsford Essex CM1 4XA. Please forward onto your contacts many thanks Steve Kelly (JSC Treasurer)

’10 years on – blacklisted workers still fighting for justice’: 5pm Houses of Parliament, hosted by John McDonnell MP and Chris Stephens MP Facebook event

Blacklisted t-shirts available at: https://shop.hopenothate.org.uk/component/hikashop/product/78-blacklisted-t-shirt

Book: http://newint.org/books/politics/blacklisted-secret-war/

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNcgrNs6pB8

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/blacklistSG/

Blog: www.hazards.org/blacklistblog

 

 

 

International

Portugal public sector strike disrupts schools, hospitals read more

 

 

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