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Prospect in Scotland

Prospect in Scotland

With more than 11,500 Prospect members living and working in Scotland across both the private and public sector, Prospect in Scotland is much more than just a microcosm of the UK.

From the Scottish Parliament, national galleries, the Forestry Commission and the Scottish National Trust to energy companies, dockyards and airports, Prospect members provide the same level of expertise and commitment to professional standards as anywhere else in the UK.

Latest Scotland news

Dounreay unions and employer fail to reach agreement on pay

Prospect is to ballot members at the Dounreay nuclear site in Caithness on strike action and a work to rule

Prospect highlights security risk to Scotland’s strategic assets

Highlands and Islands Airports’ plans to stop doing bag and body searches at three airports could leave Scotland’s major strategic assets vulnerable to attack, Prospect has warned.

Crisis meeting at Dounreay fails to resolve pay dispute

The prospect of industrial unrest at the Dounreay nuclear site near Thurso moved a step closer yesterday after last ditch talks failed to resolve a row over pay

Documents


STUC Youth Confeence 2017   info
notice calling for nominations and motions to the annual conference
 25 January 2017 

Building Prospect Scotland Newsletter - January 2017   info
The recruitment and organising newsletter produced by the Prospect Edinburgh office, formerly known as the 'Organising Scotland' newsletter. January 2017 edition.
 25 January 2017 

STUC LGBT Workers' Conference 2017   info
Calling circular for nominations and delegates
 06 January 2017 

Building Prospect Scotland Newsletter - December 2016   info
The recruitment and organising newsletter produced by the Prospect Edinburgh office, formerly known as the 'Organising Scotland' newsletter. December 2016 edition.
 21 December 2016 

Building Prospect Scotland Newsletter - November 2016   info
The recruitment and organising newsletter produced by the Prospect Edinburgh office, formerly know as the 'Organising Scotland' newsletter. November 2016 edition.
 22 November 2016