There are more than 1,000 workplaces, courts, offices, tribunals, prisons within the MoJ, and PCS has members in virtually every one.
We recognise the critical importance communications play in involving members of the MoJ in the union’s activities.
While face to face communications and newsletters and our quarterly journal, "justice matters", will continue to be important, we hope that this website will play a central role in ensuring we are able to give information rapidly and to seek the input and involvement of members in PCS in the MoJ group.
20 July 2016
Urgent review of MoJ Attendance Management procedure confirmed
The MoJ has consented to urgently review the Attendance Management Procedure following repeated requests from PCS.
26 May 2016
NCES modernisation finally defined
Incomplete and disappointing news about the future shape of NCES as HMCTS looks to outsource the work of Civilian Enforcement Officers.
17 May 2016
MOJ Consultative Ballot Result
This briefing outlines the result of the PCS consultative ballot and what this means for employees in the Ministry of Justice.
18 April 2016
Vote Yes - an update
This briefing updates members on the ballot of all PCS members across the whole of MoJ.
31 March 2016
PCS 2016 Pay Claim - Ministry of Justice
PCS has submitted its pay claim on behalf of members who work in the MoJ.
31 March 2016
Vote yes for no compulsory redundancies, no compulsory relocations and no outsourcing of MoJ service
You will shortly receive a ballot paper to your designated ballot address. The ballot will ask you to endorse a series of key bargaining demands which PCS will then present to MoJ. The ballot is not an Industrial Action Ballot.
11 February 2016
PCS Response to Government Announcement on Court Closures
This briefing sets out the initial PCS response to the government’s announcement today that it is to close 86 courts and tribunals in England and Wales.