It seems like these low levels that are effecting the Royal Mail Share Price is the possibility of a National Industrial Action, but what are the Chances of that and if there no strike you can see these shares shooting up to around £4.50.
Maybe I could be corrected but am I right in saying under the New Government Ballot Laws for Industrial Action that over 50% of the members have to vote Yes. So if let say a membership of 200,000 people are eligible to vote if only 99,999 voted then there will be no strike less than 50%.
Let say 150,000 voted then the Union would need over 100,000 vote yes. I am not sure in today's Society that its possible to hit those figures. Also on top of that the high percentage of non union members who will likely break any Strike action or be used by the media to Show the actual numbers who voted for strike compared to the actual work force
Also on top of that every Postman and employee are bombarded by messages from the Royal Mail Management through there hand-hold PDA's, mail through the Post, management Posters and through RMTV, team briefs.
There seems to be a unprecedented amount of propaganda by the Management which could finally break any chance the Union had.
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