DLR workers to strike again

Submitted by Tubeworker on Mon, 09/04/2018 - 00:26

Workers on London's Docklands Light Railway will strike from 20-24 April, as part of an ongoing dispute over a range of attacks by Keolis Amey Docklands (KAD), the contractor that operates the DLR.

KAD has begun to outsource more work on the DLR, which the RMT union undermines the job security of existing staff. Recent roster changes have also hit work/life balance, with RMT also accusing KAD of failing to uphold company procedures.

The strikes threaten to disrupt the London Marathon, due to take place over that weekend.

RMT has solid organisation on the DLR, with high density, meaning action is likely to shut the job down. Get down to the picket lines at Poplar and Beckton to support our brothers and sisters!

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