Prospect in BT
The Communications, Media & Digital Sector of Prospect negotiates with BT on everything related to your working life, from pay and terms and conditions, to pensions, change in the workplace, career development and equality issues.
The union works with BT at every level, from local reps talking over issues in one building to negotiating teams working at the top level of the company. Working members in BT set our priorities and policies and work with the union's professional negotiators at line of business level and at BT Group. In addition, we represent individuals with problems or who simply need our advice.
To find out more, look in this section and also in the BT lines of business areas under 'your employer'.
Prospect members have access to information about the key agreements with BT.
Performance management has been a big issue in BT - you can get all the key documents and advice here.
Latest BT News
BT has announced that all people confirmed as working in Business improvement and Business Transformation roles will be going through assessment centres in the coming months. Individuals who are affected are in the process of being briefed, with the first assessment centres due to take place in Q3.
Performance management remains the number one issue in too many parts of BT.
Working jointly with the CWU we have been involved in intense discussions on performance management over the summer. See latest update.
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We understand that all managers in Consumer Sales are being asked to partake in ‘Power Hours’.
At the recent Prospect Communication Media & Digital Sector BT conference your BT Retail IRC for 2013/2014 was elected by fellow Prospect representatives. Details of your BT Retail IRC can be found on our website.
In the coming year your BT Retail IRC will focus on:
Our annual survey of the terms and conditions of employment for our members in BT has been conducted for a number of years now and it continues to be of major help in our continuing negotiating and organising work in the company, and in contributing to the pay agreements we have recently been able to make with the company.
There have been a number of communications issued in recent days by BT Enterprises.
The ballot on BT's pay offer closed at midnight last night. Here are the results.
As part of the 2009 agreement reached between the unions and BT on the future of the BTPS, we agreed that individual members would have the flexibility to swap an element of their future pension increases for a higher initial pension – a Pension Increase Exchange or PIE.
Prospect is recommending that members in BT vote to accept the proposed pay deal for Reward Framework people. An eBallot begins on 1 May.