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Prospect has updated members on the progress that has been made with BT to try to resolve the outstanding issues that the union has relating to the 2017/18 pay review.
Following the consultative ballot of members in BT on the company's decision to freeze basic pay for managers and specialists on or linked to the Reward Framework. Prospects BT Committee have taken a number of steps to progress the campaign. Here is an update.
We are writing to all our members in BT in response to the company’s own communications today about progress on the review of the BT Pension Scheme. The company’s communications have gone only to BTPS members.
After some delay BT have discussed and agreed with Prospect the arrangements for 2017 equal pay review that formed part of the previous Reward Framework three year pay settlement.
Prospect, the only union representing managers and specialist staff within BT, will be lobbying the company’s shareholders as they arrive for the annual general meeting in London on Wednesday 12 July.