BBC staff ‘ignored’

BBC staff have claimed they are being “ignored” by executives.

Staff were given the opportunity to suggest ideas about how to plug the BBC’s pension deficit in a forum held earlier in the week.

But an email sent by BBC people director Lucy Adams failed to mention staff’s propositions.
Instead, a meeting with the executive board will be held in September, after union ballot results for strikes have been announced.

(Source: MediaGuardian)

This article appears in issue 248 of Media Digest.

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