RMT drivers on the Picc Line will strike against an out-of-control management on 23-24 March, 19-20 April, and 20-21 April. We hope members of the Associated Society will be joining picket lines too.
RMT reported that negotiations aimed at resolving the dispute were sabotaged by uncooperative bosses.
Workers in pretty much every function, grade, and area will recognise the picture from the Picc: managers drunk on power, wielding disciplinary sanctions in an arbitrary and authoritarian fashion. That seems to be the flavour of the month (year?) for LU managers right across the board.
A solid strike on the Picc could stop managers at Picc depots in their tracks, and send a strong signal to dictatorial bosses elsewhere on the job.