Word has it that management have ordered that at least nine stations posts are held vacant on each line. So that's 100ish across the job.
An LU initiative called 'What Matters?' has been launched on our stations.
Euston Group station staff are sick of not getting 12 hours’ rest between duties.
The 12 hour minimum is sacred.
Tubeworker hears reports of a mystery figure wandering round stations taking photos - apparently investigating sites for remote booking-on machines for cleaners.
Earlier this year, LUL management got rid of detrainment staff at the north end of the Bakerloo line, because they reckon that their new inner-car barriers make it safe to carry passengers into siding
Desperate to save money, LU offered voluntary severance to loads of stations admin assistants, AG1s.
Station staff have been alarmed to see people turning up at their station, not even signing in, and wandering around noting down faults to pass on to the FRC.
A manager has sent a message round the job telling other stations not to send visually-impaired passengers to Victoria during the evening peak.
LU management are coming after station staff jobs again - this time, detrainment staff on the north end of the Bakerloo line.
Since February, station staff have been living with the impact of the OSP job cuts: anti-social rosters and staff shortages.