CWU reassurance on BT jobs

Following the speculation  in the FT this morning that BT could cut 6500 of its workforce, the CWU would like to make the following statement. Commenting on the story, deputy general secretary telecoms & financial services, Andy Kerr said: “The CWU have recently secured a victory in the recent pension discussions with BT, as the…

LTB – BT Pensions Review & Pay

Pay – LTB 162/18 Following the consultation period in January on pensions, the CWU has been in negotiations with BT and those talks have now concluded. The CWU Executive is now able to recommend a revised proposal which constitutes a legally binding agreement between CWU and BT and also includes a two year pay agreement.…

‘Tell BT No’ – We deserve better

Thousands of CWU members across BT have already vented their fury at company plans to change pension arrangements. With a fortnight to go before an imposed consultation period on unagreed proposals affecting the entire workforce draws to a close, the union is urging those who have not already responded to ‘Tell BT No’ without delay.…

BT Pension Review

BT Pension Review – Reject all the Proposals BT launched a formal 60 day consultation on proposed changes to the company pension scheme on 15th November 2017.   The CWU has not reached agreement on any of the proposals.   BT’s proposals could radically change pension provision across the company with both the BTPS and BTRSS members affected…

LTB – BT Pension Review – BT to Commence Formal Consultation

BT PENSION REVIEW – BT TO COMMENCE FORMAL CONSULTATION BT has issued a communication today advising that a formal “60-day consultation” process will start next week on 15 November. This formal consultation is required before BT can make any significant changes, which are unlikely to take effect before 1st April 2018. The consultation will set…