We all deserve a pay rise is the message PCS is taking to a TUC rally and lobby in Westminster on 17 October, as part of our campaign to scrap the 1% public sector pay cap and achieve fully funded and above inflation pay rises for all public sector workers.
To coincide with ballot papers arriving through the post for our consultative ballot on pay, our general secretary Mark Serwotka holds a Facebook Live event on pay at7pm on 11 October.
PCS launches a pay calculator to show the impact of the 1% public sector pay cap on our members as part of our campaign to force the government to scrap the cap and give all public sector workers fully-funded, above inflation pay rises.
“We all deserve a pay rise,” is the message from PCS members across the UK who take part in vibrant, well-supported payday protests to call on the government to scrap the 1% public sector pay cap and deliver fully-funded rises for all.
PCS welcomes Jeremy Corbyn’s commitment to end the 1% public sector pay cap and the value he places on public sector workers.
We all deserve a pay rise is the message from thousands of PCS members who will be calling for the 1% public sector pay cap to be scrapped in lunchtime payday protests at their workplaces across the UK on 29 September.
47 years after the Equal Pay Act women are still being paid less than their male colleagues - and the TUC will fight to address this, was the message heard loud and clear at Congress.
Unions must be ready to force the government to give all public sector workers a decent pay rise if the November budget fails to offer properly-funded increases for all, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka told our packed TUC Congress fringe.
If we deliver decent public sector pay rises we can transform people’s live and change politics in Britain, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka told a TUC fringe meeting of the LRC.
Unions must unite to help defeat the public sector pay cap and secure decent pay rises for all public sector workers, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka told TUC Congress in Brighton
“Now is the time to say we are serious, we are clear, we can win on pay and begin to transform this country to improve people's lives,” PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka told a pre-TUC Congress fringe meeting
At TUC Congress in Brighton, PCS to call for all public sector unions to unite to defeat the 1% public sector pay cap.
We build on our resounding victory in the High Court which overturned the government’s cuts to civil service redundancy pay by launching a major pay campaign, including a consultative ballot.
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka to stress the need to scrap the 1% public sector pay cap at a rally in Brighton of the National Shop Stewards Network ahead of TUC Congress on Sunday (10).
PCS tells the government to “put its money where its mouth is” and commit to scrapping the pay cap for all public sector workers, following yet another apparent government U-turn on the public sector pay cap.
PCS announces plans to hold lunchtime protests across the UK on 31 August calling for the 1% public sector pay cap to be scrapped on the day that the Home Office and Ministry of Justice plan to impose the cap for another 12 months.
Break the pay cap, is the message from PCS members at dozens of HMRC workplaces across the UK who join in with our payday protests against the imposition of a maximum 1% annual pay cap.
Our national executive has agreed to hold a consultative ballot on pay in the autumn in advance of the budget in November to ask members what action they would support, including industrial action, to break the cap.
PCS says ministers are ducking responsibility over the public sector pay cap by repeatedly claiming they will listen to pay review bodies.
Marching against cuts and 1% pay cap
The issue of public sector pay is highlighted at the mass anti-cuts march in London
PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka writes to prime minister Theresa May to urge her to use the Queen’s Speech to bring an immediate end to the 1% public sector pay cap.
The Labour party reiterates its commitment to ending the 1% public sector pay cap and to restore collective pay bargaining when it publishes its 20-point plan to transform the workplace
Following a motion to PCS annual delegate conference our union pledges to renew its campaign to end the pay cap in the civil service as members face an “unprecedented squeeze” on earnings.
A crowd of thousands who gathered in Trafalgar Square for annual May Day hears PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka stress the need for the next government to lift the 1% public sector pay cap and invest in public services.
Thousands of PCS members across the UK join the union’s protests to call for the 1% pay cap to be lifted.
A PCS-commissioned report on civil service pay trends from 2007 to 2016 shows that from 2010 to 2016 average civil service pay fell by between 8 and 9% in real terms, a larger fall than the rest of the public sector and the wider economy.
PCS calls on the TUC to actively support and coordinate strike action across the trade union movement to break the government's disastrous 1% public sector pay cap.