Maybe drop the expensive football rights, pay the staff enough to live and keep the rest as profit?
The Communication and Workers Union (CWU) will this week publish the timetable to run an industrial action ballot over the pay rise BT gave to members recently, with the telco's subsidiaries to vote separately. Earlier this month, BT paid its 58,000 frontline workers a flat rate increase of £1,500 ($1,930) for the year, upping …
Monday 25th April 2022 16:47 GMT Anonymous Coward
"It's the job of every individual member of this union to get out there and convince all your colleagues to vote in this ballot. And to vote yes," she added.
Really - they are employed by the union then? I thought it was the job of every union member at BT to go out there and run the worlds finest telecomms network (or something along those lines) in the most efficient method.
Not that I am union bashing (generally in favour of them in larger organisations) but sometimes they seem to forget why their members are actually members.