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
There are various announcements going out in Openreach regarding Voluntary Paid Leaver Schemes in particular support areas across the business.
Members in Consumer Sales will have now been provided with details of the CS Leadership Development plans for 2013 and the associated Assessment Centres all managers will be asked to undertake.
Prospect’s focus is on promoting work that provides people with the opportunity to learn and develop; with fair and equitable reward; in a safe and healthy environment, and where they are treated with dignity and respect. Here’s a quick round up of what we’re working on right now to ensure these really happen for you. Watch out for local calls and meetings.
Other recent articles:
As we approach the end of 2012 it is worth looking back over what has been an incredibly busy year, both for members working in Openreach and for your Prospect Reps.
Across BT Retail it has been a busy 2012 and throughout the year your BT Retail IRC has been engaging with BT across a wide number of issues
This news article gives an update on co-location and the organisational changes taking place within BT Innovate and Design.
A number of concerns have been raised with the union by members in BT Retail Learning and Development teams relating to the re-organisation which will see members working in Retail L&D merged into the new Retail Organisational Health and Development structure.
On 1 November, BT will be among the next tranche of employers to auto-enrol those of its employees who are not active members of any pension scheme.
BT and Prospect have had further discussions on BTFS, and we want to invite members affected by this reorganisation to participate in a conference call for an update.
Prospect has met with BT to discuss the development of the new Inbound and Manager Bonus System for Consumer Sales teams.