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After a long-running dispute and industrial action, Prospect’s air traffic controllers in Gibraltar have accepted an improved pay offer.

Rights under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) regulations apply to the broader category of worker, rather than just employees, an employment tribunal has ruled.

Prospect is balloting teaching assistants, key workers and related employees in Jersey on a pay deal for 2018 to 2020.

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MOD workers back their reps on pay
  • 24 February 2020

Prospect members in the Ministry of Defence support their Group Council’s opposition to funding pay increases by sacrificing terms and conditions. They also backed the Group’s decision to reject the 2019 pay offer.


ECSG updates from the frontline: February 2020
  • 06 February 2020

Prospect negotiators for the education and children's services group give their updates from the last month.


Why we are launching our Dignity At Work charter
  • 10 December 2019

Sector president Richard Clatworthy explains why he believes our Dignity at Work Charter for the energy sector is so timely and important.


Environment Agency members suspend industrial action
  • 21 November 2019

Members working for the Environment Agency in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, the East and West Midlands and Northamptonshire have suspended their industrial action.


Breakthrough on pay at Science Museum Group
  • 17 February 2020

Prospect reps at the Science Museum Group have made a significant breakthrough on pay.


Team-based scheduling update
  • 20 February 2020

BT Consumer plans to introduce Team-Based Scheduling which will be a impact with Team Leaders in Consumer Sales and Service.


Met Police offers 2% consolidated increase
  • 19 November 2019

Prospect members in the Metropolitan Police Service have voted to accept their pay offer for 2019.


Why we are launching our Dignity At Work charter
  • 10 December 2019

Sector president Richard Clatworthy explains why he believes our Dignity at Work Charter for the energy sector is so timely and important.


MPs to be held to account on bullying and harassment
  • 24 February 2020

Modernising the culture in Westminster and tackling bullying and harassment of House of Commons staff took a step forward in February.


A safety rep for all seasons
  • 24 February 2020

Steve Crothers is an award-winning data and computer scientist who has dodged polar bears in the High Arctic, had his name projected on the planetarium at New York’s National History Museum and a lead safety rep at UK Research and Innovation. He talks to Boc Ly


Prospect statement following reports referee targeted with threatening messages
  • 07 January 2019

Prospect, the independent union for Professional Referees in Scotland, is appalled by media reports that a referee may have been targeted with threatening messages.


Northern Lighthouse Board breaks pay barrier
  • 04 February 2020

The Northern Lighthouse Board has been successful in putting a business case to the Cabinet Office for a pay offer that exceeds the government’s civil service pay cap.