£2,000 ‘bribe?’ Safety not for sale, says RMT



Rail firm waggles cash to get rid of guards
SOUTHERN Rail was accused yesterday of trying to bribe staff by offering them cash to stop striking in defence of safety.
Since April members of the RMT rail union have been resisting Southern’s move to remove guards from trains to boost profits with industrial action, including a series of strikes.
Talks between RMT and Southern Rail have again broken down after the company regurgitated a proposal to give staff a £2,000 one-off payment to settle the dispute.
RMT general secretary Mick Cash said the company had failed to make any proposals to... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Editorial, Views: 34
Source: Morning Star
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