To help you organise your group or individual lunchtime pay protest next Friday (29 September) there is a special photo opp card inside the latest issue of our national magazine PCS People.
The latest issue focuses on pay and the need to maximise the turnout and a huge yes vote in next month’s PCS pay ballot which will send a well-timed message to the government about willingness to take action over the 1% cap ahead of the budget on 22 November.
Your copy of the magazine should arrive ahead of the event but if it doesn’t you can download a photo opp card and still get involved.
Why not get members together from your workplace and take a group photo?
Once you’ve taken your photo:
You can also support the campaign by telling everyone you are voting, and you’re voting yes.
PCS is also supporting a number of rallies and demonstrations aimed at scrapping the cap, including:
1 October – Anti-austerity demonstration in Belfast
5 October – Pay, people and power lecture by PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka in Glasgow
17 October – TUC rally and Lobby of parliament https://www.facebook.com/events/1764165350279336/
21 October – Newcastle TUC pay rally.
Get ready for the ballot:
- Support the union’s payday protests on 29 September
- Ask a colleague to join the union.