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Prospect calls for rethink on decommissioning following Magnox decision

Prospect has described news of the termination of the Cavendish Fluor Partnership contract for the Magnox and Calder Hall decommissioning sites as “extraordinary”.
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Workplace revolution means unions can’t stand still

  • 27 March 2017
  • TUC
How can we build strong, relevant, modern unions that can withstand the challenges of the changing economy and continue to grow? That was the theme running through a packed Unions 21 conference at the Royal College of Nursing in London on Tuesday (21 March).
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UK will lose out in Brexit negotiations without specialist skills, warns Prospect

Professionals, managers and specialists in the civil service have endorsed today’s report from the National Audit Office on civil service capability
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Prospect members accept improved AWE pensions offer
16 February 2017

Prospect members working for the Atomic Weapons Establishment have voted to accept the company’s final offer on pensions and end their industrial action.


Scotland delays named person law again
23 March 2017

Controversial plans to bring in a “named person” for every child in Scotland have been delayed for a second time as the Scottish Government announced it will bring in new legislation on how and when information on youngsters should be shared.


Calls to rethink Magnox decision
27 March 2017

Prospect has described news of the termination of the Cavendish Fluor Partnership contract for the Magnox and Calder Hall decommissioning sites as “extraordinary”.


MPs’ plan to strip Environment Agency of flooding role is misguided
02 November 2016

Prospect members in the Environment Agency have rejected a proposal from a group of MPs to strip the organisation of its role in managing flood risk, saying that a shake-up of current structures would be a costly distraction from key priority of protecting lives, homes and livelihoods.


NT branch: stand up for your selfie and win £100!
21 December 2016

Prospect’s National Trust branch is appealing to its members to take a selfie of themselves at work that the committee can use to illustrate new promotional literature.


Prospect secures Ericsson holiday pay deal
21 March 2017

After lengthy negotiations Prospect has won an agreement for enhanced holiday pay in Ericsson FSO.


Ministry of Justice pay award for 2016
26 July 2016

The Ministry of Justice has issued final details of the 2016 pay award proposals. On-going pay restraint and an overall paybill cap of 1% as set out by the Cabinet Office guidance, mean issues like a decent consolidated increase for all cannot be addressed.


Calls to rethink Magnox decision
27 March 2017

Prospect has described news of the termination of the Cavendish Fluor Partnership contract for the Magnox and Calder Hall decommissioning sites as “extraordinary”.


UK will lose out in Brexit negotiations without specialist skills
24 March 2017

Professionals, managers and specialists in the civil service have endorsed today’s report from the National Audit Office on civil service capability


Scientists and engineers bring Brexit concerns to Parliament
07 March 2017

Prospect members from a wide range of science and engineering disciplines will tell MPs and Lords today (Tuesday 7 March) how uncertainties about Brexit are impacting on them and their organisations.


Prospect fights rise in football sexism
10 November 2016

A seminar organised by Women in Football and the TUC discussed the rise in sexism in the football workplace and how trade unions can help tackle the problem


Prospect highlights security risk to Scotland’s strategic assets
19 January 2017

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.


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