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Humorous. I'm still holding all of my shares. Got my £13+ dividend this morning but holding off on reinvesting until I can determine for definite whether or not there will be IA.
I think there will, but the price is inflated today because of DRIP. Tomorrow there will be a drop.
Why people would willingly reinvest their dividends or buy at the moment with the possibility of IA in 2 months?
My 13 sovs are staying safe for the time being!
Defroster. Don't live in Brentford (or Isleworth) but not far. I know the area fairly well and i've been the worse for wear many times in your manor. As I said, I was born in Isleworth but don't live or work there.
One part of the agreement was a SWW. We are now fighting for a reduction in hours as agreed. The part timers like you get an uplift in your basic pay.
Don't you want that?? You can buy more shares.
Born in the area by mistake. Popped out early. A bit like some of wolvespostys "workmates". Apparently the hospital is no longer there. Isleworth was a nickname given to me at school because of where I was born. I added the Spy bit for social media purposes.
If posties in your office are finishing early, you must have a spineless manager, but more so, a spineless OM.
Have you ever heard of outdoor actuals? What about visual actuals? How is your manager (you) letting staff go home early?
If you're out on delivery, how do you know posties are finishing early?
You really do need to get your facts right, wolvesmanager.
Last year 3 casuals at a D.O in our area were "employed". They took out and delivered 1, YES ONE, delivery. And they were used to cover sickness.
So 24 hours for one delivery. Makes sense.
The money RMG gain by not paying strikers they'll lose over and above by employing casuals.
15,000 shares? What's your average? Answer that question and I might see why you're so anti IA / CWU.
Severely under water i'm guessing and getting desperate. 30% drop with IA I reckon. And my area rep quoted today that it's 99% likely.
Or you're a manager.
One other thing. If you don't want to see my replies to your posts, filter me.
And when you do eventually go sick, you won't get paid, if Mr Back has his way.
And let's hope it's not a long sickness because you will be put on a stage one.
And let's also hope that when you eventually return to work you don't have a relapse. Stage 2 beckons.
After that stage 3. Bye bye wolvesposty. Thanks for being a model postie, but YOU'RE SACKED!
I really cannot believe that you don't care about your current t's & c's. This is your bread and butter. Your shares in a company you work for may give you something for the future. But only if you live long enough or are well enough to enjoy that. The pressure put on "some" members of staff at the moment is crazy. It's coming your way soon.
Outdoor actuals are only as good as the manager who uses them. They've actually been in place for over 2 years.
The real problem wasn't foreseen when all the revisions took place to incorporate park and loop. I'm sure you know what i'm talking about. You are on a shared round duty aren't you?
And I thought the actual problem was the "indoor militants". Your words, not mine. Not measured by PDA's.
Please be consistent with the points you raise.
Let me make this simple for you.
If there is a no vote, or even a yes vote and the scabs go into work, all four of those things I mentioned, will be eroded and eventually gone.
Do you actually think RMG will give pay rises if they don't have to?
Do you think they will give an attendance bonus if they don't have to?
Pensions? RMG contributions? Reduced or gone!
Stop worrying about the share price and worry about your job. Believe me, the company will thrive eventually. But not by the working mantra of: I say jump, you say how high.
You appear to be very anti IA.
If there is a no vote I have no doubt that the market may look on this favourably.
But you, as a postie, where do you stand on these points.
1- Do you agree that posties should have paid meal breaks?
2- Do you agree with paid sickness?
3- Are you happy (ish) with your pension deal?
4- Do you think that the SWW should be implemented?
Yes or no would suffice. If there is a no vote the above will be reviewed by RMG management. What do you think the outcome will be?
@ wolvesposty your post 21:46
""I spy. someone said to me once.... if you do not like working for me then leave.... I will not stop you as everyone is replaceable...……. think on""
That just about sums up how much you don't understand about what's potentially happening. Unbelievable.
Take that up with your manager, not me. You make assumptions based on your office. You're in this for the money, i'm not. I still hold because, I cannot sell. But I think i'll retain them so I can come on here and post.
Let me explain again my position. If Mr Back gets his way you won't have this fantastic job where you're paid over and above for what you do (your words, sort of). Every benefit you have will eventually be stripped away.
Regarding IA. If this goes ahead, and the more I read, the more I believe it will. I cannot see any concessions from either side.
That is my opinion only. I could be wrong. But if i'm right, what do you think will happen to the share price?
I hold 81 shares so that makes me a shareholder. Correct?
I work indoors and outdoors, just like you. Unless you're part time.
This is not CWU spiel, it's my opinion. Whether or not you agree, I realy don't care. Some people on here actually like both sides of the coin.
And you didn't tell me how often I go home early or work over without claiming.
Do you not want pay rises or job and pension protection? That will be the reality from Mr Back without the CWU.
I'm sure you'll take your blood money. Mind you, you'll need it to shore up your ever dwindling RMG portfolio. Best sell up.