They don't have a reason to check them anyway..
They mostly get banned so cant actually be seen here. They dont do discussion really. Can imagine how fun negotiating with them would be!
Still quiet a measured response by the NBRU, surprised they weren't more aggressive in the response. Still better get the it sorted before the new guy arrives.
This is what's wrong with the company, costing them a fortune in paper and a string of other things because they refuse to embrace change.
I'll save myself a days pay this time.
No change to embrace, they are not being asked to work with emails and computers.
They are not been asked because they refuse to do it.
Are you on a wind up? You can't refuse something if you haven't been asked.
No I'm not, ask all staff to receive pay slips electronically, weekly circular etc and see how it goes down.
Just thinking about IE reasoning behind pushing driver training changes through, it means it will force unions into a choice a per longed period of industrial action or get a grip and make a deal after going out for a few days. They won't be able to sustain such industrial action. When you push and push, the company will eventually push back.
Just don't mentor or do overtime You will still get the 1% pay rise but not the allowance. How did the previous drivers get passed out to drive on their own? Who mentored them?
What do you want that will allow your fellow union members and colleagues to do the job they get paid to do so. At this rate they will need a refresher course before driving again.
Where did he go? Can't be on strike already
The trainee drivers who started in January 2016 just completed a 5 week refresher course they are ready to go
Why can't a dte bring them out a few times to see if they are compitent or do you need a certain amount of hours driving before being fully passed out.
150 hr for Dart 250 hr for diesel
Not sure if this line is part of the NBRU quote:
If its only been viewed as such, then are T&Cs really been altered?
If i was one of the new drivers I'd bring a case for loss of earnings against the NBRU . Why should a new driver be denied the chance of earning extra money because the others want more? I wouldn't care that it wouldn't go down with the rest but I'm there to make money not friends. They are putting themselves first so why can't the new drivers?