CWU puts delivery office bullying on bosses’ agenda
21st December 2012
Major national talks will start in the New Year following a
Summit Meeting held with Royal Mail on 17th December.
The meeting covered issues ranging from "cost-cutting
managers placing unacceptable pressure on frontline delivery
staff" to "outstanding issues with local revisions"
and worries over the "impact of mail centre
Additionally, there will be urgent meetings between Royal Mail
and CWU assistant secretary, Bob Gibson to discuss bullying and
harassment in delivery offices.
The meeting lasted the whole day and there was a full, frank and
challenging exchange of views on all the issues tabled by each
Deputy General Secretary Dave Ward
led the CWU team. Royal Mail Chief Executive Moya Greene led the
Royal Mail team.
Dave said: "We are determined to address our members'
workplace issues and also pay for 2013. To do this successfully we
must also tackle the impact of unfair competition and fight against
the company preparing for privatisation.