Cwu Royal Mail Lapsing Agreement

9.6. Applicants must also sign a training contract that complies with the following (see Appendix 4): Toby, if you think Rico Bac will have the service you expect, will be a shadow of what Royal Mail is now, be happy if it is a 4-day service. We will strike to save our jobs. „It seems that with this agreement, it`s a timing. They impose the end of decadence, as a lasting cause with the blessing of the UEC. In order to finalise the new drivers` remuneration conditions with regard to the above-mentioned agreement, two specific improvements have been finalised. Royal Mail and CWU agreed that they should be funded by existing savings due to staff from the Employee Share of Savings Scheme (ESOS). The precisely agreed maximum funding is set out below. „The Royal Mail Group`s position in this quarrel was born of dogma and educated in deception. Today`s press release is a total deception aimed at undermining the CWU and any prospect of agreement. 1.3. This Annex shall apply to royal mail network ranks which drive vehicles equipped with a tachograph and shall replace all other agreements which cover the same conditions, directives and practices.

As a postman in a post center, a Cam assures you that everyone votes here to knock because they don`t want to work anymore, they take an extra 5 minutes on both sides of a break like „we have to go to the break room and come back”, but you watch them jump and be out of that door in seconds at the end of the post, Smoke breaks, talking to everyone on the way to a section break. It`s worse than schoolchildren, more than 8 hours of work actually 5 hours, and that`s barely the minimum speed. Given the obvious truth, the CWU insists that this is not a non-strike agreement. However, the CWU has already demonstrated its formal role as the industry`s policeman by reaching interim agreements, in collaboration with Royal Mail, immediately after the election result, to end the 62 local litigations currently involving postal workers who oppose the closure of postal centres, workload depletion and victimisation. . . .