Falling at the First Hurdle

Posted in Tubeworker's blog on Thu, 18/02/2016 - 18:28,

As management push CSAs through the sausage machine of TSID (ticket-selling) training, they are coming up against a major obstacle - up to 80% of trainees are failing.

Perhaps this is because the course is condensed into two days. But perhaps it is also because most CSAs never wanted to be ticket sellers in the first place!

Added to this, we are dealing with most complicated fares system of any city in Europe.

We don't want to be rushed through these courses and given a licence just so LUL can pretend that its new world is working. It's not.

One of the things that our strike threat won was an agreement that no-one has to handle LUL's money if they don't feel confident - even if you have passed the training. So don't! Why put your livelihood at risk for no extra reward?

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