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We have more than 11,000 specialists, scientists, engineers and managers working in the defence industry.
Prospect represents nearly 3,000 professionals in education, children's services, early years, commissioning and children's social care.
From generation to transmission, Prospect represents the interests of more than 14,000 members in the energy supply industry.
Prospect members in the environment and food industry work in the public interest across a range of organisations.
From national museums to archaeological trusts, Prospect members are at the heart of our heritage industry.
Prospect represents more than 16,000 people working in IT and telecoms – one of the UK’s fastest moving industries.
More than 3,600 Prospect members help to maintain law and order throughout the UK.
Prospect is the largest union for managers, specialists and scientists in the UK nuclear industry.
From protecting our rivers to inspecting our workplaces, Prospect members work in the public interest across a range of organisations.
More than 50,000 Prospect members work for employers that carry out science, engineering or technology functions.
From football referees to cricket umpires, Prospect represents sports professionals in a range of fields.
Prospect has members working in aviation, road, rail and maritime transportation, as well as regulation and research.
Your Prospect membership gives you access to a high-quality, responsive and effective range of legal services.
Prospect members are covered by hundreds of different pension schemes, so this is one of the most complex areas of the union's work
Promoting health, safety & well-being is a Prospect priority delivered through organised workplace rep activity, campaigns and policy influence
Prospect is committed to promoting and supporting members' personal and career development.
Neurodiverse members with conditions such as dyslexia or Aspergers face particular challenges in the workplace
Prospect is committed to equal opportunities irrespective of marital status, ethnic origin, disability, sexuality, gender identity, age, religion or belief.
The diversity of Prospect's membership means we deal with hundreds of employing areas across all sectors of the economy and in a range of industries. You can get quick access to news and information from those areas by selecting an industry.
Prospect represents the professional interests of 8,000 scientists, engineers and managers across the Defence sector.
Prospect represents nearly 3,000 professionals in the education, children's services, early help, commissioning and children's social care field.
Prospect represents more than 14,000 members working in the energy supply industry.
Almost 8,000 Prospect members work in environment and food in a variety of key roles.
Whether at one of the national museums and galleries in the UK, at English Heritage or an archaeological trust, Prospect members are at the heart of the UK’s heritage sector.
Prospect represents over 16,000 people working within IT and telecoms. In this fast moving, ever changing industry we are on your side ensuring the best possible deal for employees.
Prospect has more than 3,600 members working in a broad range of organisations that are essential to maintaining law and order throughout the UK.
Prospect has members in each of the 19 licensed nuclear sites and associated civil nuclear liabilities in the UK – making it the largest union representing workers in the UK nuclear industry.
Prospect has 30,000 members working in the civil service, agencies and other non-departmental public bodies.
More than 80,000 Prospect members work for employers that carry out science, engineering or technology functions.
Prospect represents a growing number of sports professionals including football referees and cricket umpires
Prospect members’ interests in the transport industry cut across aviation, road, rail and maritime transportation, as well as areas of regulation and research.