IT & Telecoms News

Sheffield has become the first UK city to have its own, dedicated union organiser to work across the low paid, unorganised sectors in the city.

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Prospect has expressed dismay that BT is seeking leave to appeal against two recent court rulings that prevented the company from changing the way it calculates pension payments for two groups of members of the defined benefit BT Pension Scheme (BTPS).

Prospect has called on BT to urgently rethink the way it is rolling out major changes to pay and staffing structures for managers and professionals across the organisation, and to listen to staff concerns.

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Union membership doesn’t have to end when your current role does – Prospect offers a range of benefits and support to members leaving their current job. If you are affected by redundancy, retirement or a change in career, we’re here for you.

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Telefonica UK North West branch rep Paul Stevens speaks to Sally Taylor about how the union is supporting members at work

Obituary: Simon Petch
04 October 2018