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The robots are coming

How will new technology transform the world of work? Today's parliamentary reception, organised by Prospect, will try to shed some light on the question  
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Prospect attacks double standards on severance pay

The former Prime Minister’s decision to grant special treatment for his special advisers and pay them more than their contractual entitlement to severance demonstrates a “breathtaking arrogance, hypocrisy and disdain for civil servants”, Prospect deputy general secretary Garry Graham said today.
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Participants hail black and minority ethnic training event

Black and minority ethnic members from workplaces across the UK took part in a Prospect development and leadership programme at Ruskin College in Oxford this month (July).
Members at BME development event July 2016
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Prospect looks forward to working with MoD to develop a “new and better system” for performance management over the summer.


Government must heed “free” childcare warnings
15 June 2016

Prospect has today (Wednesday 15 June) welcomed a report by the Public Accounts Committee highlighting the problems facing the government’s expansion of its “free” childcare policy to 30 hours.


CMA report distracts from main energy issues, says Prospect
24 June 2016

The union warned at the launch of the investigation two years ago that it would not address the key challenges facing the energy sector and continued uncertainty would stymie investment


London Waste offer 2.5% pay increase for 2016
16 May 2016

Prospect has concluded negotiations with London Waste on the 2016 pay offer. The company offered a 2.3% increase to basic pay and bonus payments of up to £550, based on meeting key performance indicators (KPIs).

 


Redundancies are devastating blow to Scotland’s heritage sector
21 June 2016

The National Trust for Scotland risks damage to its long-term aims by pursuing short-term cost savings, Prospect has warned, after the conservation charity announced details of a restructure that could see up to 139 staff made redundant.


The Bonus Newsletter July 2016
19 July 2016

The newsletter for all BT Sales Grades.


Health and safety sentencing guidelines offer "the promise of some teeth"
11 May 2016

Pattinson & Brewer, Prospect's solicitors, outline why the new sentencing guidelines for health and safety infringements offer some hope that the playing field may being levelled after years of health and safety laws being diluted and ridiculed as 'red tape' 


CMA report distracts from main energy issues, says Prospect
24 June 2016

The union warned at the launch of the investigation two years ago that it would not address the key challenges facing the energy sector and continued uncertainty would stymie investment


Prospect attacks double standards on severance pay
15 July 2016

The former Prime Minister’s decision to grant special treatment for his special advisers and pay them more than their contractual entitlement to severance demonstrates a “breathtaking arrogance, hypocrisy and disdain for civil servants”, Prospect deputy general secretary Garry Graham said today.


The robots are coming
20 July 2016

How will new technology transform the world of work? Today's parliamentary reception, organised by Prospect, will try to shed some light on the question

 


Football fringe tackles challenges faced by women in the sport
19 May 2016

Prospect was pleased to welcome Women in Football to national conference.


Unions and AGS Airports make pensions breakthrough
13 July 2016

Prospect and Unite have welcomed a new offer from AGS Airports on the company’s defined benefit pension scheme.