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The ballot on BT’s pay offer closed at midnight last night and the result is as follows:
Prospect is recommending that members in BT vote to accept the proposed pay deal for Reward Framework people. An eBallot begins in the week commencing 25 April.
Members should by now have been informed of a significant reduction of roles in BT Global Services (BTGS) Government.
Prospect has been consulted with on the reductions and has been provided with the business rationale along with the need to move quickly. It is disappointing to both ourselves and our members that the changes are being made, however it is clear that this is not a reflection on the teams efforts.
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You will have recently received notification of your Q3 marking for 2011/2012.As we enter Q4 it is important that your one to one with your Line Manager has addressed any concerns you may have and that your objectives and the standards expected of you in your role during the final quarter of 2011/2012 are clear
Members will be aware that the union has been working hard with Openreach to ensure that individual performance is managed in line with the national BT wide agreement.
Prospect has discussions with BT on a wide range of issues affecting you at work. Here is a quick round up of key live issues affecting Reward Framework grades across BT:
Prospect has for many years engaged with BT Global Services (BTGS) on matters to do with sales pay plans.
Over the coming weeks we will be consulted over the 2012-13 plans.
SOMs (Senior Operations Managers) working in Service Delivery in Openreach will have heard today that the role is subject to some changes in emphasis, an updated job description and a re-focus of the capabilities and skills.
We recently met with BT Business for an update on the progress of the Sales Excellence programme
Members have raised questions regarding the Sales Charter.