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Zero hours proposals do not go far enough

25 June 2014

A proposed government ban on exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts will fail to deal with the widespread abuse of these and similar contracts.

TUPE and privatisation

19 June 2014

Government amendments to the collective redundancies and transfer of undertakings regulations, better known as the TUPE regulations, “make privatisation cheaper and easier at the expense of workers and worsen terms and conditions and pay”, said Gordon McNab (Air Traffic Systems Specialists).

Political neutrality reaffirmed

19 June 2014

Delegates reaffirmed Prospect’s political neutrality by rejecting a call for the national executive committee to survey prospective parliamentary candidates on legal changes affecting workers’ rights.

Zero hours contracts condemned

21 May 2014

The spectre and inequity of zero hours contracts was the subject of a passionate discussion at the Prospect conference on Wednesday afternoon, where delegates debated whether they should be banned outright or not.

Prospect medics caught in crossfire

27 February 2014

About 200 medical professionals in Prospect face even more uncertainty as their employer, ATOS Healthcare, seeks an early exit from a controversial £500m contract with the government.

Earlier stories:

The case against zero hours contracts

Changes to MPG Terms and Conditions Update

BT Retail IRC Newsletter

Airwave - Terms and Conditions of Employment

Project Thelma

Bitter price of civil service reform

Discussions around Terms and Conditions of Employment

Skilled workers threatened by dismissal changes

Cable's charter for bad employers

MPG Pay Review - Additional Spend - 1st September 2011

Airwave MPG Pay Review Additional Spend: Sept 1 2011

Airwave Salary Review 2011

Project Harper/Vodafone Transfer

Salary Pay Dates in Telereal Trillium

Accenture Pay Offer 2011 - Ballot Result

 
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