This activity will be linked to the work we started last year and the activity to which we committed ourselves in the agreement on the four pillars and remuneration. Solutions include the implementation of interventions in the least perceived areas and the conversion of aspects of the attendance procedure to ensure compliance with the attendance agreement. Both sides are committed to moving this path forward as soon as possible. Due to an increase in the number of complaints around the current occupational medicine model and the no-disease approach, the service met with Royal Mail yesterday (28 March) where we discussed the reported issues. Ray Ellis, a member of the CWU negotiating team that concluded the final version of the Four Pillars Agree with Royal Mail, reports on the issues with the Royal Mail`s participation process: We have agreed to meet urgently next week to find solutions to the problems our members face. . . .