United Kingdom - BT pay deal out to ballot - March 31, 2017

Members across British Telecom are being urged to accept the company’s ‘full and final’ pay offer of 2.6% - a settlement which is backdated to January 2017, fully consolidated and above the relevant Retail Price Index (RPI) inflation rate of 2.5%. The deal, which has been unanimously endorsed by trade union CWU’s BT Executive Committee, will be placed before NewGRID (including Workforce 2020) grade members in a consultative ballot that will open on 30 March 2017, running until 11 April.

English: http://www.cwu.org/media/news/2017/march/24/bt-pay-deal-out-to-ballot/

The pay offer: http://www.cwu.org/media/9626/bt-pay-bulletin-no-6-2017.pdf  

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