Post by Clank
How is that different from every other Londoner who has to commute across
the city for their job?
But if you take a job that involves a commute you know that when you
accept the job offer. In this case the staff are having their place of
work changed after they started, to one that may involve a much longer
The last time an employer did that to me I just resigned, but then, I
have rather more transferrable skills than yer average train driver. If
I had a choice of move with the same employer, or, errm, resign and have
to move for a new employer anyway, then I'd be quite miffed. As it is,
I'm lucky enough to have the option of resigning and *not* moving to
find a new employer.
The RMT and ASLEF are almost always unreasonable, but it seems that in
this case they might have a point. It depends, I suppose, on how LU are
treating the drivers who are being asked to move.
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