IT & Telecoms News
The ballot on BT's pay offer closed at midnight last night. Here are the results.
Prospect has today (Wednesday) welcomed the news that BT is to create more than 400 jobs through the launch of its new sports TV service, BT Sport.
This year, Work Your Proper Hours Day is 1 March. According to the TUC this is the date at which the average worker who did all their unpaid hours at the start of the year would start getting paid.
BT has invited Prospect to take part in some diagnostic work to consider some of the challenges around performance management.
Prospect’s focus is on promoting work that provides people with the opportunity to learn and develop; with fair and equitable reward; in a safe and healthy environment, and where they are treated with dignity and respect. Here’s a quick round up of what we’re working on right now to ensure these really happen for you. Watch out for local calls and meetings.
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Prospect has welcomed Policy Exchange’s report on the rollout of broadband across the UK.
Prospect has welcomed Policy Exchange's report on the rollout of broadband across the UK.
As we approach the end of 2012 it is worth looking back over what has been an incredibly busy year, both for members working in Openreach and for your Prospect Reps.
Prospect today urged the International Telecommunications Union – an arm of the United Nations – to reject calls from some member countries for detailed monitoring of personal internet-based communications.
On 1 November, BT will be among the next tranche of employers to auto-enrol those of its employees who are not active members of any pension scheme.
As outlined in our last communication Prospect is aware that BT Innovate & Design is proceeding with the next phase of their Co-Location Programme. Your prospect representatives met with the company recently to discuss their proposals for this next phase.
Telecoms union Prospect has called on Vodafone to come clean over its redundancy plans after reports that the company is using a legal loophole to shed staff with little or no warning and appoint replacements on inferior terms and conditions.
In the short gap between the Olympic and Paralympic events we wanted to give members a brief update on our activities to keep you up to date with the work of your union this summer.
A House of Lords committee report on the future of broadband has failed to address how its vision of high speed broadband for all can become reality, Prospect has warned.
A House of Lords committee report on the future of broadband fails to address how its vision of high speed broadband for all can become reality, Prospect union said today (Tuesday).
You recently elected a new Industrial Relations Committee in BT Retail. You can find out more about your BT Retail IRC here.
After consultations with members the union submitted a pay claim for 2012 based upon the prevailing RPI figure. Your Prospect representatives met with the company in June to discuss the claim and have this week received an offer in respect of 2012 pay.
KCOM have confirmed with Prospect that they will be undertaking a different approach to the 2012 Pay Review.
We have been informed by Openreach of their intention to re-structure the SOM and OM team organisation on the back of refreshing the work/manager taskforce system estate.
Prospect has had meetings with BT to discuss the application of pay for the Case Management team transferred into BT from Accenture last year.