Payday protests, supported by thousands of PCS members, are taking place across the UK on 31 October to help heap the pressure on the government ahead of the budget on 22 November.
Our consultative ballot on the pay cap and possible industrial action opened on 9 October and closes on 6 November. Make sure you use your vote.
PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka is reporting on a meeting he is having with chancellor Philip Hammond to discuss public sector pay and the economy and answering members’ questions in a Facebook Live event at 4.45pm tomorrow.
Public sector workers should have an immediate 5% wage rise, without it being paid for by job cuts, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka told a TUC pay rally opposite parliament last night (17).
As PCS ballots its members on the civil service pay cap, other unions are also campaigning and planning action over pay.
PCS civil service apprentice members who need help to achieve their adult maths and English level 2 qualifications can get help with training through their local union learning rep.