PCS ballot: vote 'yes' to oppose cuts to redundancy pay

PCS is running a ballot from 7-28 November to urge members to vote yes to reject the Cabinet Office's 'offer' on the Civil Service Compensation Scheme which proposes deep cuts to redundancy terms.

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