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Prospect Civil Service Sector

Prospect members on the 26 March demo in LondonProspect has over 34,000 members in the civil service and related areas.

They are specialist staff working in roles that are dramatically different to the traditional public perception of civil servants: marine surveyors to museum curators, patent officers to prison chaplains.


If you're not a Prospect member but you're a civil servant working in a specialist role, find out more about what Prospect can do for you.


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.

Members in Prospect's mainstream civil service branches will automatically get access to the full eSector content when they log in. Other users - members outside the civil service, or non-members - will only see a limited range of the content.

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Compensation scheme: latest documents:
(see compensation scheme page for further detail)

Public Eye – issue 3, November 2010 Download now: This newsletter explains the changes to the Civil Service Compensation Scheme negotiated by Prospect and urges members to vote 'Yes' in the ballot called by the Civil Service Executive
25 November 2010 [ID: 2010/01635]
This newsletter explains the changes to the Civil Service Compensation Scheme negotiated by Prospect and urges members to vote 'Yes' in the ballot called by the Civil Service Executive
Changes to CSCS: ballot of members, 23 November-16 December Download now: The Civil Service Sector Executive Committee is asking Prospect members to vote Yes to accept the revised offer on changing the terms of the Civil Service Compensation Scheme.
18 November 2010 [ID: 2010/01509]
The Civil Service Sector Executive Committee is asking Prospect members to vote Yes to accept the revised offer on changing the terms of the Civil Service Compensation Scheme.
Q&A Brief - Civil Service Compensation Scheme – October 2010 Download now: This is the initial Q&A brief on latest developments on changes to the Civil Service Compensation Scheme. The delay has been due to the need to include recent developments. The Q&As have since been made available on the website at http://www.prospect.org.uk/sectors/CVL/public/p7 and this page is now the definitive brief which we will keep up-to-date.
18 October 2010 [ID: 2010/01499]
This is the initial Q&A brief on latest developments on changes to the Civil Service Compensation Scheme. The delay has been due to the need to include recent developments. The Q&As have since been made available on the website at http://www.prospect.org.uk/sectors/CVL/public/p7 and this page is now the definitive brief which we will keep up-to-date.
 
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