At 6pm on Friday the 6th October, the Union received two separate letters from Royal Mail’s solicitors stating they would be seeking an interim injunction to stop the Industrial Action notified to the employer for strike action to take place next week.
The result of the CWU’s ballot represents a massive vote of support for the CWU’s Pillars of Security campaign and a vote of no confidence in Royal Mail management. Sincere thanks to every CWU Representative, Officer and member who helped to deliver this historic and resounding result.
Following the result of the recent Industrial Action ballot the Union’s Postal Executive has decided to issue strike dates to the employer. The date & time is 11:00am on 19th October and will last for 48 hours. This will also include Parcel force. The exact timings and shifts affected for all functions […]
A national postal strike moved a step closer today after CWU members working in Royal Mail Group delivered a huge message to the employer with a stunning 89.1% ‘Yes’ vote on a threshold-smashing 73% turnout.
Ballot Result Posted by The Communications Union on Dienstag, 3. Oktober 2017
Ballot papers will start to land tomorrow. Let’s create an atmosphere like never before. Meetings, Pride, posters, social media postings and a rising of the postal worker across the UK. Together we are unstoppable. Royal Mail Group underestimated us. They treated us with contempt. Tomorrow is our day. Whether you […]
Watch the live Four Pillars of Security Q&A recording with CWU’s Dave Ward and Terry Pullinger.
Under the rules of the SIP, employees can keep their shares for as long as they like while they remain a Royal Mail employee. Those wishing to hold onto their shares do not need to take any action – they will stay in the Share Incentive Plan (SIP) and continue […]
October 15th 2016 marks the third anniversary of the 2013 Free Shares offer when all eligible Royal Mail employees were given free shares, in part, to ‘sugar the pill’ of privatisation. To date, eligible employees with the maximum allocation of 832 free shares have received around £430 in dividend payments […]