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DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

09 Mar 2020, 17:45

https://www.facebook.com/Thecommunicati ... =2&theater

To quote Terry Pullinger Re USO "The regulator has been doing a review & it will be due out later this month"

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

10 Mar 2020, 23:54

Jimmy Hoffa!

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 09:53

That's much earlier than I expected :shock:

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 16:34

if they agree with royalmail that we can become a 5 day letter service surely the union must concentrate on achieving the best tems possible for evr and those that are still in the business

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 18:13

After watching this I'd have to honestly say the right man is running our union.not everyone will agree but I'll stick with Terry.

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 19:52

rogersh wrote:https://www.facebook.com/ThecommunicationsUnion/videos/vb.981299138616232/2599346023646301/?type=2&theater

To quote Terry Pullinger Re USO "The regulator has been doing a review & it will be due out later this month"


It’s now entirely possible our fate maybe decided by the end of this month.
On the other hand all still to play for.

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 20:07

yes you could be right surprised there are not more posts on this development could be massive one way or the other :shock:

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 20:13

Just a theory but perhaps RM are banking on the news from Ofcom to “sort” this dispute.

Mon-fri letters would surely be a no-no for the union but I can see large chunks of the workforce not caring about job losses, they’ll feel safe themselves and they’ll love every Saturday off. Could be enough to win them over. Not for me but there we go.

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 20:27

Binsey wrote:
rogersh wrote:https://www.facebook.com/ThecommunicationsUnion/videos/vb.981299138616232/2599346023646301/?type=2&theater

To quote Terry Pullinger Re USO "The regulator has been doing a review & it will be due out later this month"


It’s now entirely possible our fate maybe decided by the end of this month.
On the other hand all still to play for.


At 14.30 into video the point re- USO is made.

The preliminary hearing at the Bristol Employment Tribunal re Average holiday pay is due in March or April. So a lot happening in the next few weeks.

DGSP Terry Pullinger Plymouth & East Cornwall agm

11 Mar 2020, 22:16

LaggyBand wrote:Just a theory but perhaps RM are banking on the news from Ofcom to “sort” this dispute.

Mon-fri letters would surely be a no-no for the union but I can see large chunks of the workforce not caring about job losses, they’ll feel safe themselves and they’ll love every Saturday off. Could be enough to win them over. Not for me but there we go.

I've been thinking exactly the same today, I'm guessing that this will be the biggest juiciest carrot that RM have ever dangled in front of it's delivery workforce.

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