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BT Consumer Sales & Retention Reorganisation Update

01 April 2014

BT Consumer has confirmed to Prospect that all substantive first Line Managers working in Consumer Sales and Retention Contact Centres will be ‘lift and shifted’ into the new organisational structure as of 1 April 2014.

Specialists sound alarm on job cuts at Kew

31 March 2014

Specialists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew have warned that government funding cuts will irreversibly damage Kew’s ability to help conserve plants, fungi and our environment

Airwave Pay 2014

31 March 2014

Prospect has been negotiating with Airwave over pay proposals for 2014.  We have now reached a proposed pay settlement which we are prepared to recommend to the employees we collectively represent. We will invite these members to take part in an e-ballot.

Nuclear workers welcome Magnox contract winner

31 March 2014

Prospect welcomes news that Cavendish Fluor Partnership has won the contract to manage the Magnox and RSRL sites

CMA inquiry must not halt investment

27 March 2014

Prospect, which represents over 20,000 professionals in the energy sector, has voiced concern that the referral of the 'big six' by OFGEM to the Competition and Markets Authority could hamper much needed investment in the sector.

Earlier stories:

A force to be reckoned with

Airwave March Update

Prospect publishes referendum questions

Performance management - 'call it out' good or bad

Support for Prospect Pledge at Stormont

Deregulation bill under fire

Education not for sale

No World Cup without workers’ rights

Workers priced out of justice

Reverse Environment Agency job cuts

Capita Pay ballot 2014 Result

Women's rights - one step forward two steps back

Prospect stress event offers solutions

Act now on nuclear skills

Women in STEM campaign goes to Parliament

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