Members' guides

Members' guides

MG harassment and bullyingProspect members’ guides are short expert guides on a range of topics to help you at work. They cover some of the question’s members ask Prospect every day - like maternity rights, how to deal with stress, employment contracts and more.

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The menopause: a workplace issue   info
This guide aims to: raise awareness; explain employers’ responsibilities and give reps guidance on good practice and levers that can be used to address the issues in their workplaces.

Tackling the gender pension gap   info
The information in this members' guide is tailored around life events (which different people will experience in different ways or not at all and in different sequences). It also aims to demystify pensions and explain key decisions and actions at important life stages.

Sexual harassment   info
A workplace guide to dealing with sexual harassment

Safer driving and work-related road risk   info
This guide aims to safeguard you as a road user, protect you as a duty-holder and enable Prospect reps to measure and promote their employers' compliance. Updated September 2019

Preventing work-related stress   info
Our guide sets out a tried and tested, evidence-based approach to tackling stress at source and explains why harnessing the communities we are part of is a key element in tackling it.

Members' guide to job evaluation and grading support   info
This guide covers the job evaluation process, challenging the results and identifying common attributes or factors

Lone working   info
Advice for anyone who travels alone, carries out fieldwork or works at outside premises. Update March 2019

Homeworking   info
Homeworking is a flexible arrangement by which workers use their home as their main or subsidiary place of work for an employer, either as an office or as a base from which visits are made. This members' guide was updated in December 2018

Harassment and bullying   info
This guide aims to raise awareness of what constitutes unacceptable behaviour and advise members and reps on how to deal with it. It covers: the different kinds of harassment and bullying, the law; employers’ duties and negotiating a policy.

Defined contribution pension schemes   info
This guide aims to help Prospect members in defined contribution pension schemes understand the main issues facing them in planning for retirement and simple steps they can take that could have a positive impact on their income in retirement.

BAME resource pack for reps and members   info
Resource pack for black, Asian and minority ethnic members and union reps

27 atypical workers   info
A guide for members working on atypical contracts, including freelancers, consultants or members working on variable or ‘zero hours’ contracts.

17 Equality at work   info
An overview of the legal rights that relate to equal opportunities at work as at November 2012.

15 TUPE regulations   info
New regulations on the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) – known as TUPE – came into effect on 31 January 2014. They updated the TUPE 2006 regulations which were designed to safeguard employees’ rights when a business or organisation transfers to a new employer. Updated August 2019