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RMT to hold referendum on latest pay offer with a recommendation to accept

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RMT to hold referendum on latest pay offer with a recommendation to accept

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5 June 2015
source Network Rail
type Press release


RMT members are to be balloted next week on Network Rail’s latest pay offer. Following a meeting today (Friday, 5 June), the RMT’s General Grades Committee said they had decided to refer it to a referendum ballot and will be recommending that members accept the revised offer.

Phil Hufton, Network Rail managing director of Network Operations, said: “After weeks of tough negotiations, we have put a deal on the table that we hope people will find acceptable.

“This deal rewards our people for their hard work and will also enable the company to find different ways of working.

“We are hopeful for a positive response from our people and look forward to moving forward together to improve railway performance for our customers and passengers.”

The TSSA union said last week that they would undertake a referendum of their members.

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