CWU anger at ‘provocative’ BT move to attack redundancy terms.
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The Communication Workers Union is the biggest union for the communications industry in the UK with 199,443 members. Formed in January 1995 when the Union of Communication Workers joined forces with the National Communications Union, we represent members in postal, telecom, mobile, administrative and financial companies including Royal Mail Group, UK Mail and BT, Openreach, Telefonica O2, Virgin Media, EE and Santander, as well as outsourcing company Capita. Our members’ expertise includes engineering, computing, clerical, mechanical, driving, retail, financial, call centre and manual skills.
Latest news on Furlough follow this link LTB 110/20 – BT Personnel – Coronavirus (COVID-19) No. 110/2020 Ref: DJ/ML Date: 6 March 2020 TO ALL BRANCHES WITH BT MEMBERS Dear Colleague BT PERSONNEL – Coronavirus (COVID-19) Further to LTB 105/2020, the Union’s BT Personnel Team have been in consultation with the company on
LTB 105/20 – BT Personnel – Coronavirus (COVID-9) No. 105/2020 Ref: DJ/ML Date: 5 March 2020 TO ALL BRANCHES WITH BT MEMBERS Dear Colleague BT PERSONNEL – Coronavirus (COVID-19) The Union has been in discussions with BT during the past week on the Coronavirus outbreak. The general advice from Public Health England is
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CWU anger at ‘provocative’ BT move to attack redundancy terms Telecoms & Financial Services, BT May 29 2020 The CWU has expressed its shock and dismay at BT’s unilateral move to ‘review’ redundancy and paid leaver terms by serving notice on the 2018 Pension Agreement. That hard-negotiated deal – which led to the establishment of
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