A new defence industrial strategy is needed to help the UK meet its strategic needs post-Brexit, Prospect has said in a submission to MPs this week.>
The mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees came along to a meeting during Prospect’s Union Week to express his support for organising employees working with children in the voluntary and private sector.>
Prospect has concluded negotiations with London Waste on the 2016 pay offer. The company offered a 2.3% increase to basic pay and bonus payments of up to £550, based on meeting key performance indicators (KPIs).
The impact on EU nationals working in museums was highlighted as one of the key challenges of the UK’s Brexit decision in a seminar discussion with Prospect’s Heritage Group.>
This article provides updates on Performance management, BT assessment centre programmes for BI and PPM communities, BI Community, Existing double fail population and Maternity and adoption leave – new approach for sales bonus.>
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.>
Prospect member and representative Satnam Ner is the first black vice-president of the Scottish TUC and hopes to become its president next year. He works as a radiochemistry manager in the nuclear safety department at Rosyth Dockyard, Fife, Scotland. Prospect interviewed him for October's Black History Month.>
Sir Mark Walport has put career development and regional and national growth at the heart of his relaunch of the Government Science and Engineering profession. Boc Ly and Richard Hoogstad interviewed him>
This Friday 21 October is Wear Red Day, organised by Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC), a charity that uses the high profile of football and its players to help tackle racism in society.>
A proposal that sees RAF Northolt in west London providing a ready-made solution for improving regional flight connections with London, has been supported by Prospect, the union representing specialists in NATS, the CAA, UK airports and commercial airlines.>
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