PCS Scotland is a national region within the union with six full-time officers, one temporary project worker and three support staff operating from our Glasgow office.
We have a high learning, organising and campaigning profile in Scotland and provide bargaining support mostly to areas that fall within the remit of Scottish ministers.
We are affiliated to the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC), and play an active role in labour movement campaigns throughout Scotland.
Details of our facilities and the work of our team can be found on these pages.
The department that collects the taxes that fund all our other public services have announced it will close another 14 offices in the UK and cut more than 1,000 jobs, the Public and Commercial Services union says.
PCS members in Scotland are mobilising along with the rest of our colleagues across the trade union movement as well as community activists to come together on 18 October to say “it’s time to create a Just Scotland.”
The National Disputes Committee (NDC) has agreed to suspend the industrial action planned for Tuesday 21 October 2014.
Please cascade this information to all members affected in Scottish Sector bargaining areas. A briefing has been issued to branch secretaries in these areas giving details.
The PCS Scottish fair pay campaign is ongoing, and we will continue to campaign against the imposed 1% pay cap and seek co-ordinated campaigning and action with other Scottish public sector unions.
The priority is to mobilise members for a massive PCS presence at the STUC Decent Work, Dignified Lives march and rally this Saturday (18 October)."
The Public and Commercial Services union has issued a challenge to the UK government to protect jobs and public services in Scotland after the No vote.
The PCS Scotland education programme for the final term of 2014 is now available on-line.