Profile is the magazine for all Prospect members. We produce four issues a year, and either send individual copies by post or an email link to a downloadable PDF version. (We produce an additional magazine for our reps, called Report.)
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17 February 2016
Contents include: Stress case: member tells her story; Personal injury: payout after motorbike accident; Trade union bill; Prospect at Work – campaign for workers’ rights; Public sector redundancy cap; CCS funding withdrawal; New state pension changes this April; Devonport schools project; Wales Assembly elections; Senior Civil Service survey results; Why we need to focus on health at work; Prospect wins pension fight at EDF; New guide to defined contribution pensions; Prospect Oscars - time to nominate your reps and branches.
15 January 2016
Inside: Prospect subs rates frozen for 2016, launch of new workers' rights campaign, boss who pays her workers' union subs, blacklisting construction workers, performance management seminar
01 October 2015
Inside: Why the Trade Union bill will not improve industrial relations; feports from TUC conference in Brighton; Prospect launches new aviation policy document; new legal services - Pattinson & Brewer, Prospect’s new solicitors; how Prospect achieved justice for two members during tough times at work; Meet Mr Frostbite - member and explorer Nigel Vardy; register your technicians; the now defunct Central Office of Information; redundancy cap; wages drive growth - how unions could boost the economy; equality rewarded - Jackie Longworth; the case for RPI in pay and pensions; 2014 accounts; Prospect Extra