UK Railroad Workers Plan to Strike on Christmas Eve

UK Railroad Workers Plan to Strike on Christmas Eve
UK Railroad Workers Plan to Strike on Christmas Eve

In the statement made by the National Union of Railway, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) in England, it was stated that railway workers plan to go on strike on 24-27 December after negotiations with Network Rail ended without a decision.

In the statement made by the National Union of Railway, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) in England, it was stated that railway workers plan to go on strike on 24-27 December after negotiations with Network Rail ended without a decision.

Railroad workers in the UK are planning to go on strike on Christmas Eve as their demands for raises are not met. It was reported that railway workers in the UK are planning to go on strike on 24-27 December after talks with the state-owned Network Rail ended without a decision. Mick Lynch, Secretary General of the National Railroad, Maritime and Transport Workers' Union (RMT), said in a statement, "I am sure travelers will be really disappointed, frustrated and angry", but said the current offer of a raise is "extremely harmful" to workers. Noting that he gave the workers one week to vote on the government's proposal for a 2022% raise every year in 2023 and 4, Lynch said he advised the workers to reject the proposal.

Demanding a gradual 8 percent increase in the salaries of railway workers within two years and ensuring that there will be no layoffs until April 2024, RMT announced yesterday that they did not accept the government's proposal for a 2022 percent increase every year in 2023 and 4.

Günceleme: 06/12/2022 11:12

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