Newsletters From BTU

More Protection For Lloyds Staff – Now

The UK Government’s classification of many banking roles as critical sends a clear message that it wants as many banking branches/contact centres/operational centres to be open as possible throughout this crisis. Even in Italy, which is now the global epicentre of...

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COVID-19: Vulnerable People

As at 20th March 2020, the Government is advising those who are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 to be particularly stringent in following social distancing measures.This group includes those who:1. are aged 70 or older (regardless of medical...

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COVID-19: Key Worker Update

Are You A Key Worker?If you haven’t already seen it, the Government has confirmed the following with regard to key workers:Utilities, communication and financial servicesThis includes staff needed for essential financial services provision (including but not limited...

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School Closures – Massive Uncertainty

Schools in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will close from Friday onwards, “until further notice” (Gavin Williamson, Education Secretary).More detailed newsletters on the Government’s announcement on school closures will be issued shortly, but it’s fair...

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Stop Interviews – Now

Following the Union’s Newsletter yesterday – “What About Branch Staff” - the bank has issued further guidance to branches on COVID-19 today, which is a small step in the right direction but doesn’t go far enough in protecting staff and customers. Let’s forget about...

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COVID-19: Latest Advice For Members

Here’s our latest advice on the questions we’re most commonly being asked. If you have any specific questions which are not covered, please contact the Advice Team on 01234 282868 (Choose Option 1). Why is the Bank not cancelling customer interviews and still...

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What About Branch Staff?

Many members are concerned that the bank’s response to the COVID 19 outbreak has failed to address how branch staff should be protected. Most head office staff in controlled environments are now working from home or will do so on a rotation basis. Group Transformation...

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Corrupt Lloyds And Accord Relationship Exposed

When the bank asked about union membership on the last engagement survey we knew it was up to no good. We decided not to say anything because we knew the survey would show that we are still the largest trade union in Lloyds Banking Group as well as being the only one...

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BTU Newsletters

Information when you need it most. Working in a rapidly changing industry you need authoritative, up to date information. Most importantly you need information you can rely on. BTU’s regular newsletters will bring you the information you need; readable but with enough detail for you to form an opinion on the facts. We want you to see our newsletters regularly and as soon as they are issued.

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