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Prospect general secretary Mike Clancy

How to communicate what unions really do

Being asked what you do for a living is, for a trade unionist, an opportunity and a challenge. It’s most fascinating when it arises in social situations where the person asking the question may have their own superficial but often well-established view of unions.

British people don’t like to talk about money – or at least, not their own money

In Sweden, where the average gender pay gap is only 6%, the right to know what anyone earns is enshrined in the country’s constitution.

A brief history of pay, prices and profits in the UK’s energy networks

Dividends for shareholders in the UK’s energy network companies have been much higher than regulator Ofgem expected – but pay has declined

Managing change for neurodiverse workers

Organisational change can be difficult for anyone, but poses particular challenges for people with neurodiverse characteristics.

I'm worth more than one per cent

A decent pay rise for my members would be good for our environment

The government should show – both in word and in deed – that it values the people who will have to deliver its 25-year environment plan, says David Tarttelin, president of Prospect’s Environment Agency branch.