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Prospect news stories

Skills Show wows crowds in Birmingham

20 November 2014

The nation’s largest skills and careers event, the Skills Show, attracted over 73,000 visitors in November. It hosted the finals of this year's World Skills UK competitions, including an environmental science competition supported by Prospect and the British Geological Survey.

STUC anti-racism march and rally 2014

19 November 2014

The STUC is proud to be organising the annual St Andrew’s Day anti-racism march and rally on Saturday 29 November 2014.

#BackClimateAction tweetathon

17 November 2014

Relevant authorities will come together from food, water, health, business, biodiversity, the natural environment, government, cities, homes and sport to talk about the impacts of climate change and the action that can be taken to tackle it – both in the UK and globally

Unions talk to new provider of fitness to work assessments

17 November 2014

Prospect and the PCS have held initial talks with Maximus, the US company appointed by the government to take over a controversial £500m contract to assess benefit claimants on their fitness to work.

Wide support for Imperial War Museum campaign

14 November 2014

More than 6,000 people from across the globe have signed the petition to save the Imperial War Museum’s library from closure.

Earlier stories:

BT IT Services: Homeworker Status and Performance management

Performance ranking ‘unfair and expensive’

Rolls-Royce saves Portsmouth engineering jobs

Holiday pay should include overtime payments

Imperial War Museum staff fight library closure threat

London’s transport campaigners to lobby TfL Board

Trust staff need a living wage

Act to keep the lights on

Openreach Members Update October 2014

STEM survey findings launched

Speaking up for Kew

Tate Pay 2014

Still time to lobby over telecoms

Tribunal success for working mother

Kew public meeting

 
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