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Prospect has sent wide-ranging questions to 20 candidates in five constituencies across Scotland      

Prospect members will have seen BT communications detailing the financial results for 2017 which, whilst disappointing are unlikely to have come as a surprise given the recent revelations around the company’s Italian business as well as the fines handed out to BT by Ofcom over Deemed Consent

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Prospect will seek to ensure that compulsory redundancies are not necessary, following the company’s announcement today that 4,000 jobs will be lost worldwide over the next two years as part of a major restructuring.

Prospect has been in discussion with BT about a new approach to performance management for some time – one that is more focussed on positive, regular conversations and less on process.

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