Cwu Professional Drivers Agreement
9.4. Training and maintenance lists of interested staff, training programmes, lists of reserve drivers, LGV drivers available. The criteria for entry into vocational education are described as follows; This agreement applies to all varieties controlled by the CWU in the Royal Mail Network – Area Distribution that drive vehicles equipped with a tachograph and the conditions replace the national/local agreements it contains. All other national/local agreements that have not been included, fixed or amended by the conditions remain unchanged and in force. 12.1. Negotiations on specific tariff changes will take place at the local level, in accordance with this agreement, in accordance with the annexes and the IR framework, and Royal Mail will provide all appropriate information to enable the CWU to participate fully in the development of the new customs regime. 3. Local negotiations to be conducted in accordance with existing agreements. 9.6. Candidates must also sign a training agreement that agrees on the following points (see Appendix 4): 4.9 When assigning work to individuals, managers are advised with drivers and local representatives to optimize customer service and operational efficiency of the work plan and to try to adjust personal preferences in order to fulfill their obligations arising from family-friendly work arrangements. 6.4.
In order to give the company and staff maximum flexibility, the following collective agreements have been concluded in accordance with the legislation: on the basis of our joint declaration of 4 September 2014 and our first successful phase of work on driver refinancing, we have a common objective of creating a sustainable career against the resource needs of companies. Our recent driver reset campaign has identified employee appetite for the corresponding C-E license required in National Logistics (Network). It is also collectively recognised that there is a shortage of professional licensees available as professional drivers, both within Royal Mail and throughout the transport industry. The growing shortage of sectors is increasingly affecting the agency`s external resource supply chain and, during peak periods, it is difficult to meet the demand for qualified drivers on the network. The parties. Any structural changes remain subject to local agreements in both parties to take into account the need for ongoing discussions on the Driver Career Path and also the diversity of our professional driver`s employees. That is why we will continue to review and develop the process during our discussions on the JWG. Royal Mail and the CWU strive to develop a highly professional workforce that sets standards in the logistics sector to meet customer needs, flexibility and the development of a work culture that gives people the opportunity to assume their responsibilities and make decisions together on how best to do the job.