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
Prospect has just published the results of its survey of performance management in BT, conducted earlier in 2011.
BTGS has informed the union that role re-mapping exercises are being undertaken in BTGS Gov. and Health, BTGS Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) and Vendor Management.
We have now reached a proposed agreement with Accenture on this year's pay settlement.
Other recent articles:
Prospect continues to work hard in BT Global Services, raising issues on behalf of members and working with the business to make it as successful as possible. The industrial relations agenda is keeping your union Reps busy, so here's a brief update on a few key issues.
Important advice to protect your contractual rights on STA and Step-down payments.
Latest BT Prospect News Reward Framework update
Following discussions with the CWU and Prospect BT has launched a Guide to Levelling.
BT Homeworkers and those affected by recent changes to BT's Homeworkers policy. Read this and complete the short survey on-line.
Complete our BT membership surveys to help us with our negotiating agenda.
Prospect has published the results of its 2010 survey of the terms and conditions of employment of its members in BT.