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mpeard wrote:POSTMAN wrote:
What happens when we deliver the 'yes' vote?
When we deliver a 'yes' vote there will be no knee-jerk reaction and no call, at any stage, for an all-out strike. The Union will give Royal Mail the opportunity to reflect on their position and reach an agreement. If industrial action becomes necessary this will only be as a very last resort. We will consult with CWU members on the most effective type of action. Any action will ensure minimum cost to CWU members and maximum pressure on Royal Mail.
I'm confused about this. the ballot paper asks to support a "strike" not "action short of a strike". So if the return is a yes surely the only action available legally is a strike? I can't see how the membership can be consulted on "the most effective type of action" as the ballot is only to strike.
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06 Jun 2007, 15:47
donny lad wrote:its about time amicus union balloted there members as well??
this ballot is for the future of royal mail inclueding their jobs and future.
local management should stand up and fight for their future.