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On Thursday 17 March 2022, RTBU Officials meet with the Transport Minister, the Employee Relations Minister, and the Transport Secretary regarding the upcoming period of Protected Industrial Action.
At this meeting, the Ministers put to the RTBU a proposition that we undertook to take to our Members and Delegates.
Essentially, the NSW Government is seeking a lifting of current Protected Actions and a commitment to not notify of additional actions for a period of 6 weeks in return for agreement on the following Union Claims.
There has been no agreement reached yet and the actions are still on.
Local Delegates, EA Bargaining Representatives and Divisional Organisers will undertake workplace meetings in the coming days to discuss this proposal with members.
REGIONAL DEPOTS: Zoom meetings will be held to allow as many members to participate as possible on Monday 21/3/22 at 0900 and 1400. Links to both meetings will be sent to your Local Delegate for distribution.
This article first appeared on locoexpress.com.au
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