If you're currently working from home, you can still take part in the National Day of Action by taking a selfie holding up the Count Me In Campaign logo.
Then post on Facebook or Twitter with the #CountMeIn hashtag.
Please also send to the Branch at firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp to 07849104582 and we'll use it in our own posts too, so don't worry if you don't want to post this on your own personal social media accounts.
We need members to raise their concerns to their managers
It's so important that you tell the company how you feel about the way the company is behaving towards you.
Our job security and terms and conditions are under attack. We need to be united in our message to management that it is just not acceptable.
Speak up during team talks, on internal online forums and during All Hands and team calls. You can do this professionally and without breaching BT's social media policy #Digital You. Speak to colleagues and ask them to speak up to. Solidarity is the key.
There are already some comments starting to appear from employees on BT Workplace and BT today criticising the way BT are treating their staff and it's important we build on this as the campaign gathers momentum.
Look out for Workplace Q and A sessions being held by Senior Management, and put your questions to the managers right at the top of the organisation.