PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka will appear on the BBC’s flagship political debate programme Question Time at 10.45pm tonight.
As part of Young Workers’ Month we look at why PCS is the union for civil service apprentices.
Families’ struggles with Universal Credit are brought into sharp focus by Panorama tonight, reinforcing serious concerns PCS has had from the outset on the development, implementation and effect of the government’s flagship benefits system.
The PCS national executive committee met on Wednesday (7 November) and made important decisions about our national public sector pay campaign. The meeting followed a 6-week consultation period with branches, and the NEC decided that the information will be used to develop an outline campaign strategy for pay in 2019. The NEC will agree the strategy at its December meeting.
Young workers account for 10% of our total membership yet only 1% are active in PCS. Our union gives young workers a voice at work to ensure we continue to have a healthy union that campaigns on the issues that matter to us all well into the future. If you’re a PCS member aged 27 or under, read how you can get involved
The TUC, trades unions and other campaigners have agreed to support a national unity demonstration against fascism and racism in London on 17 November.