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Delegate vote at BT conference, nottingham, 17 May 2018. Photo by John Birdsall
Delegates at Prospect’s annual conference for BT reps in Nottingham on 17 May backed two emergency motions setting out the way Prospect should fight the forthcoming campaign against job losses.

registration at BT conference, Nottingham, 17 May 2018. PHoto by John Birdsall
Prospect’s annual conference for BT representatives in Nottingham on 17 May called for members’ existing terms and conditions to be protected as the company introduces its new People Framework.

Philip O'Rawe, BT committee, addresses BT conference, nottingham, 17 May 2018. Photo by John Birdsall
There are many advantages to members remaining in Prospect, even if they leave BT, the union’s BT reps heard at their annual conference in Nottingham on 17 May.

Peter Pearson, BT committee, addresses BT conference, nottingham, 17 May 2018. Photo by John Birdsall
Prospect has done “excellent work” to reduce the company’s equal pay and gender pay gap through equal pay reviews and analysis of deals, the union’s BT conference in Nottingham on 17 May was told.

Another vote at BT conference, nottingham, 17 May 2018. Photo by John Birdsall
The performance management process is being applied incorrectly with regard to young graduates and former apprentice graduates, Prospect’s conference for BT reps in Nottingham on 17 May was told.

BT Enterprise
18 April 2018