Elizabeth line strike suspended after new pay offer for staff


The TSSA union has suspended strike action planned for next week on the Elizabeth line.

Union members’ strike on Wednesday 24 May was called off after the union won a revised wage proposal from Rail for London Infrastructure (RfLI) management.

The first anniversary of the opening of the Elizabeth Line was to be marked with a strike.

In January, dozens of TSSA members broke off the dispute over pay for a day.

TSSA members work in essential roles including the grades of Traffic Manager, Service and Infrastructure Manager and Incident Response Manager. These are important operational tasks that are essential to the operation of the railway.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/strike-elizabeth-line-suspended-new-pay-offer-tssa-union-tfl-london-rail-b1082179.html Elizabeth line strike suspended after new pay offer for staff


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