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Prospect is supporting European unions in launching a campaign today (20 November) to oppose attempts by the European Commission to limit the right of air traffic controllers to strike.
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Ten things you didn’t know about Prospect’s work in defence
  • 19 October 2017

Garry Graham, Prospect deputy general secretary, talks about the union’s work in the defence sector.


‘Competence-based education is inhuman and will lead to job losses’
  • 17 November 2017

Professor John Preston envisages a future in which ‘augmented education professionals’ use machines to do their jobs, but warned delegates at the biennial meeting of the Education and Children’s Services group that a renewed focus on competence would eliminate humans and humanity from the learning process.


Prospect wins discrimination case against UK Power Networks
  • 13 November 2017

Procurement specialist Amy Arnold has just won a sex discrimination case against her employer, UK Power Networks (UKPN), with help from Prospect, after being denied equal pay and a promotion.


Ten things you didn’t know about Prospect’s work in environment and rural affairs
  • 16 October 2017

Geraldine O’Connell, Prospect national secretary, talks about the union’s work in environment and rural affairs.


Survey shows huge spike in highly-skilled EU Nationals thinking of leaving UK
  • 13 November 2017

Continued uncertainty about the status of EU nationals because of Brexit is creating a vacuum filled by fear, anger and anxiety for those who are potentially going to be affected.


Prospect stands up for BT managers in difficult pension talks
  • 16 November 2017

Prospect has secured key concessions from BT as the company moves to change the pension arrangements for managers and professionals still in its defined benefit scheme.


Supreme Court upholds principle of indirect discrimination in landmark case
  • 05 April 2017

The Supreme Court today (Wednesday 5 April) made a landmark ruling protecting employees against pay discrimination based on race or religious grounds.


Ten things you didn’t know about Prospect’s work in nuclear
  • 18 October 2017

Gill Wood, Prospect National Secretary, talks about the union’s work in the nuclear sector.


We need properly resourced and fairly paid public servants
  • 22 November 2017

Prospect makes the case for public sector pay in Parliament


Survey shows huge spike in highly-skilled EU Nationals thinking of leaving UK
  • 13 November 2017

Continued uncertainty about the status of EU nationals because of Brexit is creating a vacuum filled by fear, anger and anxiety for those who are potentially going to be affected.


Ten things you didn’t know about Prospect’s work in sport
  • 16 October 2017

Alan Leighton, Prospect national secretary, talks about the union’s work in sport.


Air traffic controllers across Europe launch ‘right to strike’ campaign
  • 20 November 2017

Prospect is supporting European unions in launching a campaign today (20 November) to oppose attempts by the European Commission to limit the right of air traffic controllers to strike.


 

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