Southern issues deadline to RMT over offer aimed at ending dispute

Southern Railway has set a deadline for the biggest rail union to accept an offer aimed at averting strikes, or it will terminate conductors' contracts and press ahead with changes to their role.
The company, which is facing a series of fresh strikes by the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union from next week, issued the ultimatum as a "final attempt" to resolve the long-running dispute, which has caused travel chaos for months.
Southern said its new offer included a lump sum payment of £2,000 to conductors to be paid once the dispute is settled and its plans are fully... read more

3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 22
Source: Belper News

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