Cwu Royal Mail National Agreement

This must be replaced by respect for differing views and a determination to work together to find mutually beneficial common sense solutions. This agreement lays the foundation for the transformation of our work to ensure a prosperous future for the company, its employees and cooperation between companies and CWUs. Behind the workers, the CWU agreed on fundamental changes in the practice of labour, which will apply to most postal workers. To pave the way for these changes, the union has 600 differences of opinion, so Royal Mail will have carte blanche to impose job revisions or cuts without the threat of a strike. This agreement applies to employees in CWU qualities represented in Royal Mail Letters Operations, Logistics and Network, Engineers, Fleet Maintenance Services and Royal Mail International. In December 2009, a national agreement was reached and a vote was held on an agreement on wages and working conditions. This agreement was overwhelmingly supported by CWU members in January 2010. The agreement increased wages and changed the rules of work, especially during delivery. The agreement is called “Business Transformation” and discussions and implementation arrangements have continued at the national level and in all workplaces on the details of the agreement. As a result, both the union and Royal Mail said they had agreed to a fully funded modernization plan.

Against plans to trample and eliminate the company, Royal Mail must be required to be nationalised without compensation and placed under workers` control. In early 2010, the CWU revoked all of its BT employees for strike action in 2010 due to a wage demand. The election result was never announced due to legal challenges, but after extensive negotiations, the EEC reached an agreement on payment with BT. A national vote of members approved the wage agreement by an overwhelming majority. Branches and representatives will note that the document is broadly consistent with previous agreements, although some changes have been made this year to address issues such as latent traffic supply agreements and tracking at MPU. The format has also been modified to eliminate some of the implications of previous agreements. In addition to ltB 661/18, further inter-departmental talks were held on 5 November 2018 with the company as part of the 2018/2019 Christmas and New Year agreements, during which an agreement was reached, which was subsequently approved by the post office management. The strike was based on a dispute over salary and pension. On June 7, 2007, postal members voted 77.5% in favour of a strike after offering a 2.5% increase in wages, coupled with $350 million per year for five years ($1.5 billion in total).

[4] On 29 June 2007, they resigned for the first time from one day of strike action, the second on 12 and 13 July. The action then moved on to a series of rolling strikes. “The employer has the right to inform the CWU at any time that the protection will not stop if… there are trade union actions at the national level (in the form of a strike or strike action), approved at the national level by the CWU or reasonably… Disruptive effect. These committees must begin by coordinating a company-wide counter-offensive, rejecting the CWU`s request for cooperation with management, and starting with world-class struggle.