BEIS members reeling over cuts and closure plans
The BEIS group is made up a number of partner organisations as well as the department itself, each area will have to consider how this will impact them.
PCS is already concerned about the levels of staffing across the group and the impact on the services members provide. We have already raised concerns about workloads and the long hours culture that exists in some areas.
PCS reps will meet with the BEIS HR director early next week to discuss the implications of today’s announcement – we will report back as soon as we can.
This announcement is a further attack on the civil service and our hard-working members who provide the expertise to deliver policy and services.
It is vital that we continue to build the membership across the BEIS group to fight the threats to offices and staff in the Insolvency Service, the cuts announced today and fight for better pay and conditions.
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