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Prospect news stories

Met Police to press ahead with outsourcing

19 December 2014

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner and Management Board have decided to go ahead with privatising business support services, specifically finance, procurement and certain HR transactional services (‘Hire to Retire’).

Kew funding welcome – but science still at risk

16 December 2014

Prospect has welcomed today’s announcement that devastating cuts to government funding for the UNESCO World Heritage Site have been reversed until April 2016.

HSE members to strike on Thursday

16 December 2014

Prospect members in the Health and Safety Executive will walk out on Thursday 18 December in protest at the government’s derisory public sector pay policy.

Government has lost NATS brief

15 December 2014

On behalf of almost 3,000 air traffic controllers and systems specialists employed by NATS, Prospect has responded to the announcement by the Civil Aviation Authority that it plans to launch an independent inquiry into Friday’s air traffic control computer failure.

IT workers face uncertain Christmas

12 December 2014

IBM workers who deliver ScottishPower’s outsourced £20m IT services, face an uncertain Christmas after being told that they face further restructuring. Staff are worried that this may mean further job losses.

Earlier stories:

The HR leadership challenge: an ethical approach

Call for ethical charter for HR leaders

Health and Safety Executive members vote for industrial action

Battle to save IWM library continues

Met Police pay update

Kew scientists accuse Mayor of London of ‘memory lapse’

Survey results ...

Equal Pay - January 2015

UK women in nuclear pool skills for their industry

Civil service performance management system is discriminatory

Skills Show wows crowds in Birmingham

STUC anti-racism march and rally 2014

#BackClimateAction tweetathon

Unions talk to new provider of fitness to work assessments

Wide support for Imperial War Museum campaign

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