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Equal Pay - January 2015

27 November 2014

We have agreed with BT how the 0.3% of paybill for equal pay will be spent in January 2015. Increases will be paid to people paid below different cut off points confirmed as eligible in the validation process.

 

Working for BT 2013 - Survey results

29 September 2014

Prospect has posted individual reports on aspects of our 2013 survey of members in BT to our library.

Flexible Retirement Policy – BT Pension Scheme

02 September 2014

This is of particular interest to members of the BT Pension Scheme who want (either now or in the future) to take their pension whilst continuing to work for BT. It does NOT apply to members of the BTRSS.

Prospect - June update

13 June 2014

Pay and bonus review

People are starting to get their pay and bonus review letters. If you want to check out the terms of the agreement on pay or have a question then have a look at our website www.prospect.org.uk/BTpayreview.

BT Pay - proposed pay agreement

24 April 2014

We have now reached a proposed pay agreement with BT which we are recommending that you vote for in an e-ballot that will start next week. You can read the details of the agreement below.

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BT Pay negotiations

The union has submitted its claim for the 2014 pay round and we have now held some initial discussions with the company.

Prospect condemns Hodge claims over BT

Prospect today condemned the claims made by Margaret Hodge, the chair of the Commons public accounts committee, that BT is “exploiting its monopoly position to the detriment of the taxpayer.”

Performance management - 'call it out' good or bad

BT has been briefing line managers about a new approach to the end of year assessment process

Prospect hails new BT jobs

Prospect hails new BT jobs

Ofcom report misses mark on broadband investment

An Ofcom report into customer satisfaction levels within the communications sector lacks teeth because of the absence of an underpinning duty on the regulator to promote greater investment in infrastructure, Prospect union said today (Tuesday).

Capita December Update

Formal Recognition Agreement signed with Capita Customer Management Ltd
On 31st October 2013, Prospect signed a Framework Partnership Agreement with Capita Customer Management Ltd, setting out a joint commitment by the company and union to working in a way which benefits the business and employees alike. 

Broadband money not enough

The decision by the government to award £10m to market test innovative solutions for bringing broadband to hard-to-reach areas was welcomed today (Wednesday) by Prospect.

Broadband money not enough

The decision by the government to award £10m to market test innovative solutions for bringing broadband to hard-to-reach areas was welcomed today (Wednesday) by Prospect union.

Business Improvement Capability Development programme

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.

October Digital Eye

Please see below a link to the third issue of DigitalEye, your sector magazine.

Performance Management – Call it out – Good or bad

Performance management remains the number one issue in too many parts of BT.

Superfast broadband: don't delay

Rolling out broadband to rural communities is expensive and technically complex and BT was bold to take on the risk, Prospect union said today.

Superfast broadband: don't delay

Rolling out broadband to rural communities is expensive and technically complex and BT was bold to take on the risk, Prospect said today.

Performance Management

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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