§ Mr. C. Smith
asked the Postmaster-General whether he will provide a list of
Grades of Staff affected. Approximate number of Staff affected. Staff Association. Month in which lodged. Assistant Postal Controllers, Classes I & II. 50 Association of Postal Controllers and Assistant Postal Controllers. June, 1947. Sorting Assistants (permanent and temporary). 3,350 Civil Service Clerical Association. December, 1947. Messengerial Supervising Force 50 Federation of Post Office Supervising Officers. September, 1947. Manipulative Supervising Grades 9,500 Federation of Post Office Supervising Officers. Formal notice of Claim only received. (March, 1948); details awaited. Chief Traffic Superintendents 1,500 Federation of Post Office Supervising Officers. December, 1946 (scheme of reorganisation has been under consideration). Traffic Superintendents, Class I Traffic Superintendents Class II Assistant Traffic Superintendents Traffic Assistants Senior Technical Costs Officers 20 Institution of Professional Civil Servants. January, 1948. Technical Costs Officers Assistant Technical Costs Officers Factory Supervising Grades 120 Post Office Controlling Officers' Association. January, 1948. Engineering Rank - and - File 50,000 Post Office Engineering Union. Formal notice of claim only received. (March, 1948); details awaited. Stores Rank-and-File Grades 1,400 Post Office Engineering Union. Motor - transport Workshop Grades. 2,560 Post Office Engineering Union. November, 1947. Factory Rank-and-File Grades 2,100 Post Office Engineering Union. December, 1947. Rank-and-File grades of cable ships and depots. 260 Post Office Engineering Union. November, 1947. Postmasters 570 Postmasters' Association January, 1948. District and Assistant District Postmasters, London. 17 Society of Civil Servants April, 1947. Sales Supervising Staff 140 Society of Civil Servants September, 1947.
the pay claims which have been lodged by staff associations with his Department on which settlement has not yet been reached, including those which have been referred to the Civil Service Arbitration Tribunal, showing in each case the grades of staff affected, the approximate number of staff involved, the staff association which has tabled the claim and the month in which it was originally lodged.
§ Mr. Wilfred Paling
The list is as follows. It does not include claims relating to such matters as grading and allowances, which affect pay only indirectly.15W
Grades of Staff affected. Approximate number of Staff affected. Staff Association. Month in which lodged. Postal Services Inspectorate 170 Society of Civil Servants January, 1948. Investigation Branch Staff Assistant Factory Managers Press Officers Assistant Sales Investigation Officers. London Postal Region— Assistant Controllers and Chief Superintendents. Manager & Traffic Assistant P.O. Railway. Regional Inspectors of Clerical Establishments. Regional Training Officers Regional Welfare Advisers Regional Public Relations Officers. Chief Clerks 56 Society of Civil Servants February, 1948. Engineering Draughtsmen 1,500 Society of Post Office Engineering Draughtsmen. Formal notice of claim only received (February, 1948); details awaited. Stores Department Supervising Grades. 100 Society of Tele-communication Engineers. July, 1947. Motor-transport Inspectorate 33 Society of Tele-communication Engineers. February, 1948.