PCS has an office on the top floor of one of the NIPSA buildings, number 40, in Wellington Park which can be used by branches for small meetings, telephone and video conferencing and can accommodate about 3 people comfortably.
Principally for health, safety and security reasons these facilities need to be pre-booked.
If you want to check availability or book the room contact Fiona Low firstname.lastname@example.org.
Booking confirmation and instructions will be emailed by return.
Gayle Matthews is the industrial officer for Scotland and Northern Ireland and regional secretary for Northern Ireland based in Belfast
Telephone: 0141 225 5150
General enquiries to email@example.com
The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) is one of the largest trade unions in the UK, with around 220,000 members. We are organised throughout the civil service and government agencies, making us the UK's largest civil service trade union.
We also organise widely in the private sector, usually in areas that have been privatised. We are a democratic organisation, run by our members for our members. We campaign for fair pay and conditions, decent pensions for all and equality in the workplace and beyond. If you're not a member of PCS, there's never been a better time to join the union.
There are strongly held opinions on both sides of the EU Referendum, including within PCS. Annual delegate conference 2016 agreed to launch a "PCS Informs: You Decide" campaign. We have produced a publication which outlines the issues that our members need factual information on. Members can use it when they are attending hustings or ask questions of politicians on both sides of the debate, to gain the information they need to make up their minds.
We are asking all PCS members to change the way they pay their union subscriptions to direct debit. It only takes a few minutes but means if your employer imposes any changes to how your subs are collected, you will remain protected by your union's membership.
We won’t take money from your account unless your employer stops deducting your union subscriptions, or we decide to end check-off, so there’s no danger of you paying twice.