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Members vote to accept the Computacenter pay offer for the 2011 Pay Review
Following a number of meetings with the company Prospect have now received a final, without prejudice, offer for the 2011 pay review. This offer letter is attached.
I am writing to advise you of the results of the AL pay ballot. The results were as follows
As you know, Prospect submitted a claim for members covered by collective bargaining in January for a settlement date in the same month. Since then we have met Ericsson for negotiations on numerous occasions.
Please find below an update on consultations and negotiations with O2 regarding re-organisation, annual pay review and pensions.
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Members at our all-members meeting last week will have heard us discuss the very difficult context to this year's pay negotiations and you will by now have received notification from the company of their intention to keep pay levels for 2011/12 at the same rates for all people in Yell UK.
After the CWU rejected the 2010 pay offer Prospect, the CWU and BT re-started discussions.
Members working on the Vodafone contract in Hayes and Manchester will have today attended presentations from Ericsson to explain proposals to relocate work from those sites.
Latest BT Prospect News Reward Framework update
Further to the comms issued on the 16 March 2011 (mem 027/11), we can now report that MPG members have voted in favour of moving the annual salary review date to September.
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.
Just in time for pay the March payroll, we have concluded the 2011 Pay Negotiations. Part of our discussions this year involve a proposal to move the salary review date from 1 March to 1 September going forward.
Comic Relief Red Nose Day (Friday 18 March) is approaching, for interested members in BT there is still time to get involved in fundraising activity.
Comic Relief Red Nose Day is approaching, for interested members in BT there is still time to get involved.
We recently met with the new policy lead on Performance Management within BT GS and were pleased to identify so much common ground and understanding.
Members will be aware that despite the concerns we have raised on your behalf we have not yet been able to reach agreement on the pay review for implementation on March 1st. .
Prospect's survey for members in BT Retails contacts centres to complete on Performance Management.