IT & Telecoms News
Prospect is encouraging its members in frontline services in BT to share examples of their contribution so that the public can see the vital work they are doing to keep the UK connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prospect national secretary John Ferrett has expressed strong disappointment at BT’s failure to respond to a request from the union to pause any redundancies currently under way as part of the People Framework programme.
The UK’s reliance on the market, privatisation and saving money are key factors in the controversial decision to involve Chinese company Huawei in building the next generation 5G network. Calvin Allen explains
Prospect has successfully negotiated a two-year pay offer of 1.5% each year for members working at NHS Digital.
John Ferrett is used to being at the heart of the action. His more than 30 years’ experience as a union activist will serve him well in his new role of national secretary for the BT and Digital divisions.