IT & Telecoms News
We have previously written to you about the government's decision to use CPI rather than RPI as the basis for annual increases to public sector pensions.
The membership ballot of Ericsson's 2011 pay offer for employees covered by Prospect for purposes of collective bargaining has now concluded.
Government funding for the rollout of broadband to rural communities will be insufficient, the union for professionals in the communications sector has said.
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.
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Prospect has now received an updated offer from the company.
Earlier this week your representatives met with Ericsson to continue consultation over Project Capri offshoring and relocation of work within the UK.
Prospect's ballot of ex-Accenture Learning members in BT on the company's pay offer closed at 11am today.
Prospect's ballot of HP members on the company's pay Review has now closed.
The Prospect team has had meetings with BT to discuss the application of pay for the Learning & Development team transferred into BT from Accenture.
Over the last weeks your Prospect reps have consulted members about Ericsson's full and final 2011 pay offer for Prospect represented units.
This briefing is to provide information to HP members on End User Service Outsourcing and 2011 Pay Review.
Members are telling us they can't remember such an intense period of change since the formation of O2.
Following a ballot on the 2011 pay offer Prospect members in Cable & Wireless Channel Islands have voted to accept the offer.
BT has yet again demanded further reductions in the price Steria charges it to deliver its services.
The pay negotiation process has concluded and a final position on pay has been received from the company.
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.
The 2011 outcome of the pay formula for KCOM has now been announced, and this year the pay formula has delivered a pay pot of 4.5%
Important advice to protect your contractual rights on STA and Step-down payments.
Following on from the communication, mem-062/11, sent to members last week we are writing to confirm the venue for the Sunbury pay meeting with Steve Thomas, National Officer.