03 Mar 2020, 20:24
03 Mar 2020, 20:25
clashcityrocker wrote:daveyeff wrote:that being the case then why didn't they stop the subs before the last few strikes we had which ended up costing them millions. instead of taking us to court and risk losing, just stop the subs. destroy the union and they wouldn't need to pay us nearly 12 quid an hour. no union would mean they could run the company as they see fit. paying us the same as Hermes, or DHL.
Because they need the union as much as the union needs them.
Why do you think RM pays out millions for full time release reps?
Hermes makes 30 million profit.
03 Mar 2020, 20:27
clashcityrocker wrote:Don't believe what?
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03 Mar 2020, 21:28
postslippete wrote:There's been plenty of posturing and hot air on this thread,at times going way off topic. Who would have thought that Royal Mail could quite easily cancel our Union subs? Can they also stop the deductions for tax and national insurance contributions as well, cause I'm sure I'm paying far too much tax
03 Mar 2020, 23:00
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04 Mar 2020, 17:37
kingdazzler wrote:Has anyone else noticed that on the ballot paper there is a code on the top left corner. this code is duplicated on the front address sheet next to your name. The ballot paper states that if you cut off the code it will be null and void. I thought votes were meant to be secret
05 Mar 2020, 20:31
Hitcher wrote:Nearly all of our office refused to go to the speech; guy was furious.
05 Mar 2020, 21:26
Dorset Plodder wrote:Hitcher wrote:Nearly all of our office refused to go to the speech; guy was furious.
Never considered that... Well done ... Certainly made a Statement of Intent. A few of us used to get up and walk out when they used to put on the RMTV Bullshit though.
06 Mar 2020, 20:14
Thing is, in a WTLL session they're paying you to sit there and listen. Of course we don't want to sit and listen to it, but if you'd rather replace that with real work then go for it...
I think walking out on these 'Ambassadors' is not a good move. It's disrespectful and it will get back to higher management. It would be much better to come up with constructive and clever questions to flummox them.
Yes I know they're being direspectful towards us, but in these instances I think it's better to be the 'bigger man' so to speak.
06 Mar 2020, 20:36
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So how does this work
06 Mar 2020, 21:07
Woody Guthrie wrote:The National agreement on WTLL is that 30 minutes is allocated each week to communicating issues and news that help frontline colleagues to understand their role.
06 Mar 2020, 21:41
06 Mar 2020, 22:03
daveyeff wrote:Ours is every Tuesday at 8.10.. part timers don't start till 8.50. And have missed it. They aren't bothered though