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tommyrep wrote:Time for a long overdue enquiry into the problems experienced that are causing these wildcat disputes.
The root problem is “ probably “ evident in my estimation, ! Same old problems that go unaddressed, allowed to go on and fester. Wake up our CWU, they are taking the piss now and you know it ! No bottle for confrontation !?
Time to man up and stop burying your heads in the sand. This is ongoing, daily intimidation of your members and you are sitting on your thumbs doing sweet FA. Embarrassing now !
08 Nov 2018, 16:28
Front-line managers in Royal Mail have traditionally seen their role as authoritarian and purely directive, to tell employees what they are supposed to do and to keep constant checks to see that they are doing it. They have not been encouraged to see their role as involving the motivation of employees or coaching or supporting employees in order to develop their skills or initiative.
Labour relations. The relationship between management and the
Communications Workers Union is extremely difficult.
08 Nov 2018, 16:42
hans solo wrote:it needs to escalate
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08 Nov 2018, 19:18
world class male wrote:TrueBlueTerrier wrote:
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08 Nov 2018, 20:38
worktotime wrote:this happens all the time and all r/m do is move these offending dims to another office even if they are found guilty so it calms down for a bit , it then starts all over again , so imo this company should kick them out the door like any decent company would do, then this would send a message out to the rest of these so called dims , now that would be a start to change CULTURE
08 Nov 2018, 21:11
General Mannerheim wrote:Same s**t Different Day.
How many more offices have to go out before they do something?
The thing that gets me is how pointless it all is, offices go out ...area rep comes or divisonal rep tells the troops they are all naughty boys and girls and the union could get into trouble but they will go in and have a talk with management, then they come out and tell the troops it's going to be looked at and you should all go back in , what a crock of s**t.
08 Nov 2018, 21:12
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