Wolverhampton RMT strike

Fifth two day strike by Wolverhampton RMT Cleaners at Oxley Depot 14 and 15 May 2022 in their ongoing demand for a pay rise.

RMT cleaners held a fourth two-day strike with pickets at the Jones Road, Oxley Depot on Saturday 9th April and Sunday 10th April from 7-30pm-9-30pm each night.

RMT cleaners held a third two-day strike 1012th March, at the Oxley Depot

RMT are in dispute with Atalian Servest, following a breakdown in talks after 1.75% pay rise was offered by the company and rejected.

Picket lines have been supported by Wolverhampton TUC delegates and Oxley Labour councillor Clare Simm.

High morale as Wolverhampton RMT Cleaners took strike action from 24th to 26th February 2022

Their roles include cleaning train throughout the night and have been keyworkers throughout thye pandemic.

Currently Wolverhampton RMT is in dispute with Avanti trains and Atalian Servest. They are still in negotiations with Avanti.

The strike that took place in January was also well attended.

Wolverhampton RMT branch is a multigrade, multicompany branch. They organise workers at Alstom which is based in Oxley Depot; Atalian Servest Cleaning in Oxley and at Wolverhampton Station; Avanti Trains and West Midlands Trains based at Wolverhampton Station and other depots; Carlisle Cleaning based in Stations; DHL based at Oxley and Wolverhampton Station along with various Transport, Cleaning companies within our area. Please contact wolvesrmtbranch@gmail.com for further info.