UK Christmas Rail Strike - Corporate

UK Christmas Rail Strike – Corporate

The RMT British Rail union is going ahead with plans to strike over the Christmas weekend. The salary offer from management was rejected by a majority (63 percent) of the supporters.

There will be a strike from 6pm on Christmas Eve until 6am on December 27th.

The union action comes on top of another strike at Network Rail and 14 other rail companies this week and into early January. As a result, trains are expected to be suspended in certain parts of the UK this week.

Union Unite is ultimately not participating in the event. They have accepted the bonus offer from management. They are offering an additional 5 percent fee this year and another 4 percent at the beginning of next year. Management had also promised not to make mandatory layoffs until 2025. But according to RMT, this would be accompanied by natural waste and less attractive working conditions.

There will be a strike from 6pm on Christmas Eve until 6am on December 27th. The union action comes on top of another strike at Network Rail and 14 other rail companies this week and into early January. As a result, trains are expected to be suspended in certain parts of the UK this week. Union Unite is ultimately not participating in the event. They have accepted the bonus offer from management. They are offering an additional 5 percent fee this year and another 4 percent at the beginning of next year. Management had also promised not to make mandatory layoffs until 2025. But according to RMT, this would be accompanied by natural waste and less attractive working conditions.

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