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PCS answers claims MOD scrapping performance management is exaggeration

Allegations have been made that PCS has exaggerated our assertion that the Ministry of Defence is scrapping the current hated performance management review system.

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Letters detailing outrageous plans to slash redundancy pay published

29 July 2016

Details of outrageous plans to slash civil service redundancy pay by more than 25% are shown in correspondence between Cabinet Office and civil service trade unions published today by PCS.

Solid finish to first round of HMRC cleaners' action

27 July 2016

Cleaners in Merseyside HMRC offices delivered a solid second day of strike action with 100% of balloted PCS members on strike and the majority active on picket lines.

More HMRC cuts will 'chill the blood', MPs say

27 July 2016

We have called for a halt to further cuts in HMRC as MPs warn they will "chill the blood of taxpayers" after years of failure.

Strong start to HMRC cleaners' strike

26 July 2016

There was as a very strong start to a two-day strike by PCS members who clean HMRC buildings in Bootle and Liverpool taking action over cuts to their hours to claw back a rise in the minimum wage.

Petition urges HMRC to suspend office closures

26 July 2016

A new PCS petition urges HMRC to suspend its office closure programme, at least until we can assess the department's expected additional workload, following the decision to leave the European Union.

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