Newsletters From BTU

Mental Health and Lloyds Bank: The Reality

You can’t have missed the Bank’s Mental Health PR campaign, it’s been on almost every advertising medium going. Just this month the Bank announced it will train 2500 mental health ‘Advocates’. But look behind the PR facade and a different Lloyds attitude to mental...

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Answer The Question!

In response to a straightforward question on compensation for the loss of final salary pensions from a member of staff being transferred to Schroders, Kellie Spencer-Witcomb said, in a piece of world-class gobbledygook that: “Each colleague transfer is reviewed...

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Every Vote Counts In AGM Showdown

It seems that Lloyds Banking Group is so desperate to secure enough votes at next week’s AGM that it’s produced a glossy video urging staff to use their votes for the first-time. And let’s be clear, the bank wants staff to support the re-election of executive...

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The Worst TUPE Deal Ever?

The pregnant pauses, the nervous laughter, the shuffling of papers trying to find the right speaking note and then the big reveal: staff transferring to the JV can keep their mortgages and banking products. So, the JV is not taking away something which staff have...

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GMPs – What Next?

Following the Union’s historic legal victory on Guaranteed Minimum Pensions (GMPs) in October 2018, the Trustee and the bank have been looking at how to equalise pensions and implement the Court’s decision. That work is ongoing and once completed could result in some...

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BTU Newsletters

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