Prospect Civil Service Sector
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The civil service eSector is an area of the website specifically for our civil service members. It covers issues that are of particular interest to them, such as pay, pensions and redundancy. There's also a private discussion forum where they can exchange comments about these issues. We'll also be building a new range of content about the coalition government's cuts agenda, which will have a major impact on civil service jobs.
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Compensation scheme: latest documents:
(see compensation scheme page for further detail)
07 October 2010 [ID: 2010/01451]
Five unions - GMB, Unite, Prospect, FDA and the POA - have reached outline agreement with the government on changes to the Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS). This circular gives an update on developments. It includes the letter from the Cabinet Office and a summary of the agreement.
15 September 2010 [ID: 2010/01330]
Liberal Democrat MPs who signed compensation scheme early day motions.
08 September 2010 [ID: 2010/01317]
The government has introduced a measure to cut the redundancy compensation scheme for 640,000 civil and public servants. It is rushing legislation in the form of a Money Bill through Parliament in an effort to get the Bill on the statute book by the end of October. This leaflet summarises Prospect's case against the bill.
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