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Latest issues

Profile issue 2/12, April 2012 Download now: Contents include: blow to nuclear new build as power companies pull out of key project (p4); How plans for a new state pension could hit your pay packet (p5); More than 100 members won compensation last year thanks to help from Prospect (p6); Prospect spells out its programme of reform for Britain’s civil and public services (p15); Unions prepare new campaign against the government’s attack on workplace protection (p19);How ever-cheaper prices may do serious damage to the UK’s digital infr
23 April 2012
Contents include: blow to nuclear new build as power companies pull out of key project (p4); How plans for a new state pension could hit your pay packet (p5); More than 100 members won compensation last year thanks to help from Prospect (p6); Prospect spells out its programme of reform for Britain’s civil and public services (p15); Unions prepare new campaign against the government’s attack on workplace protection (p19);How ever-cheaper prices may do serious damage to the UK’s digital infrastructure (p20); Some good news on pensions from the UK’s biggest private sector fund in BT (p22)
Profile, February 2012 Download now: Unions hammer out key details of new civil service pension scheme (p7); confusion over MOD redundancies turns to anger (p8); new renewables pricing structure will disadvantage hybrid co-firing options, Prospect warns (p11); why language training by gov't departments is very much an open and shut case (p14); union reps are worth every penny, says independent report on facility time (p15); free, fun, informative – Prospect’s 2012 courses for aspiring reps (p18); how Prospect members have suppo
14 February 2012
Unions hammer out key details of new civil service pension scheme (p7); confusion over MOD redundancies turns to anger (p8); new renewables pricing structure will disadvantage hybrid co-firing options, Prospect warns (p11); why language training by gov't departments is very much an open and shut case (p14); union reps are worth every penny, says independent report on facility time (p15); free, fun, informative – Prospect’s 2012 courses for aspiring reps (p18); how Prospect members have supported Oxfam (p20)
Profile, December 2011 Download now: Contents include: Pensions day of action reports; WorkTime YourTime, a new work-life balance resource (p7); Prospect energy seminar (p9); MOD use of consultants (p10); HSE deregulation threat cleared (p11); Mergers and closures at Welsh environment and agriculture bodies (p13); CSMA prize draw for Fiat 500 (p14); Prospect’s World Skills competition draws crowds at Excel (p26)
14 December 2011
Contents include: Pensions day of action reports; WorkTime YourTime, a new work-life balance resource (p7); Prospect energy seminar (p9); MOD use of consultants (p10); HSE deregulation threat cleared (p11); Mergers and closures at Welsh environment and agriculture bodies (p13); CSMA prize draw for Fiat 500 (p14); Prospect’s World Skills competition draws crowds at Excel (p26)
Profile, October-November 2011 Download now: Includes: closing veterinary labs will hurt fight against animal disease (p7); government gearing up for attack on union reps' facility time? (p9); pensions Day of Action - civil service members asked to vote yes (p14); gap between UK foreign policy objectives and defence capabilities (p18); women in science (p19); Prospect at TUC (p20); restoring a historic garden (p22); social media: take care airing workplace grievances (p25)
04 October 2011
Includes: closing veterinary labs will hurt fight against animal disease (p7); government gearing up for attack on union reps' facility time? (p9); pensions Day of Action - civil service members asked to vote yes (p14); gap between UK foreign policy objectives and defence capabilities (p18); women in science (p19); Prospect at TUC (p20); restoring a historic garden (p22); social media: take care airing workplace grievances (p25)
Profile, August 2011 Download now: Contents include: political fund (p4); uproar over pension contributions (p5); Prospect’s new science body (p9); homeworking survey (p15); new health and safety cuts are bad news for Britain’s workers (p16); discrimination at work
(p19); one man’s struggle against stammering (p22)
11 August 2011
Contents include: political fund (p4); uproar over pension contributions (p5); Prospect’s new science body (p9); homeworking survey (p15); new health and safety cuts are bad news for Britain’s workers (p16); discrimination at work (p19); one man’s struggle against stammering (p22)
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