The Way Forward Agreement Royal Mail

This must be replaced by different views and the determination to cooperate to find reasonable solutions that are beneficial to both sides. This agreement lays the foundation for changing the way we operate to ensure a prosperous future for the company, its employees and the cooperation between the company and the CWU. Following LTB 661/18, further interdepartmental discussions took place on 5 November 2018 with the company as part of the 2018/2019 Christmas and New Year agreements, during which an agreement was reached and subsequently approved by the postal management. The objective of this agreement is to define our growth strategy, to identify the key elements of the growth agenda and the measures necessary for its implementation. Branches and representatives will find that, overall, the document reflects previous agreements, although some changes were made this year to address issues such as laT cargo supply agreements and tracked inwards sorting at MPU. The format has also been changed to remove some of the duplicates in previous agreements. This Agreement applies to CWU members in the areas of Royal Mail Letters Operations, Logistics and Network, Engineers, Fleet Maintenance Services and Royal Mail International. This agreement marks a milestone in the relationship between Royal Mail and the CWU. The company faces the need to radically transform every aspect of its business to survive and thrive in a market where our traditional business is being overtaken by modern communication methods and where competition, pension costs and declining volumes represent considerable challenges for the company. For Royal Mail to thrive as a business and ensure it remains able to compete effectively, it is recognised that change must take place at a pace never seen before. Royal Mail and CWU are both committed to working together to achieve this change through an agreement, to continue to protect jobs (in line with our commitments at MTSF) and to providing quality conditions for all employees. Both parties recognize the need for a fresh start and are committed to moving away from the adversarial relationships that exist in too many parts of the business.

Royal Mail and CWU have joined forces to agree on a plan that takes into account the urgency of the current situation, sets out what needs to be done to address it and involves full recognition of the interests and concerns of staff. Four pillars of security and national remuneration The attendance agreement aims to help staff achieve and maintain a consistently high level of presence. This agreement aims to assist all staff members and encourage them to achieve and maintain standards of behaviour, including behaviour. There are separate procedures for dealing with other problems such as presence and inability to perform work effectively. The Surplus Management Framework (MTSF) applies in all cases where a surplus situation can be expected with the potential for dismissal justifying the application of legal consultations and notifications. To survive and thrive, the Business Transformation 2010 and Beyond Agreement posed a challenge to radically change all aspects of Operation Royal Mail, which was essential to reverse the company`s destiny. At Carlforce Worldwide, the jointly developed approach continues to support growth and an expanding network. Agreement between Royal Mail and CWU to shape our future July 06 July….