ScotRail ‘happy’ after RMT workers accept new pay deal


All RMT union workers have accepted a new wage proposal from ScotRail, the public operator said.

Phil Campbell, ScotRail’s head of customer management, said the company was “delighted” that the union had voted in favor of the improved deal.

However, there is still a dispute between RMT members and Network Rail, with travelers continuing to experience disruptions on the track.

Speaking after the latest pay deal was accepted by ScotRail workers, Mr Campbell said: “We are delighted that RMT members have voted to accept this pay offer.

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“We have worked hard to create an offering that recognizes the hard work of the staff, as well as the financial challenges the railways are facing as we recover from the pandemic.”

He continued: “ScotRail, our employees and our customers want to have a reliable, safe and sustainable railway that supports the economy and connects communities across the country.

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“By reaching agreement with the RMT, we can now fully focus on delivering a service that our customers expect and deserve.”



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