Driver’s accept pay deal on Tramlink

Earlier this year services on London Tramlink were severely disrupted for two 24 hour periods after driver’s voted to strike over a pay offer made by Tram Operations Limited. However, after a fresh offer was made – including a minimum 9.9% pay increase over three years plus additional rest days – the industrial action was suspended with ASLEF members being asked to vote on whether to accept this new deal. It has now been confirmed that just less than 9 in 10 drivers who took part in the ballot have accepted the deal bringing an official end to the dispute between the drivers represented by ASLEF and Tram Operations Limited. Further negotiations will now be taking place between Unite the union and Tram Operations Limited concerning other workers on Tramlink who are not part of this deal.

This entry was posted in London Tramlink. Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.