An Employment Tribunal has ruled that Zack Dahou, a leading trade union rep employed by Serco Barclays on the “Boris Bike” municipal cycle scheme, was unfairly dismissed and that his dismissal was linked to his trade union activities.
An industrial bulletin for Tube workers, by Tube workers, discussing the London Overground guards' fight against job cuts, attacks on the TfL pensions scheme, and the sell off of 55 Broadway, plus you
A High Court Judge has ruled that two of the actions in an RMT campaign of industrial action "short of a strike" at East Midlands Trains are unlawful, as they technically compromise strike action and are therefore not covered by the union's ballot for action short.
Workers employed by the Serco Barclays cycle hire scheme (“Boris Bikes”) struck on 12 August and 13 August in a dispute about pay, bullying and harassment, shift patterns, and travel allowances.
Domestic abuse and violence has been taken up as a workplace and trade union issue since the 1990s, under the impact of feminist-inspired campaigning and practical work of organisations like Women’s Aid.
A bulletin for Tube workers, by Tube workers.
From 20 July, on-train and platform staff working for East Midlands Trains. have refused to work rest days and overtime and are working to rule.
The Rail, Maritime, and Transport union (RMT) is planning a London-wide labour movement and community campaign against a 12.5% cut in central government funding to Transport for London announced in George Osborne’s June spending review.
Recently the Tories drew level with Labour in opinion polls for the first time in 18 months due to the UK Independence Party's national vote collapse.
Over 100 jobs on the London Overground network could be lost, as London Overground Rail Operations Ltd. (LOROL) seeks to move to “driver-only operation” (DOO).