If you are an apprentice in the civil service you have a right to join a union and PCS is the one for you because membership gives you training and development, support at work, job security, legal advice, the right to be represented by a rep and discounts and benefits.
Mr McDonnell used his keynote address to set out a radical vision for the 21st century that will benefit PCS members.
PCS has welcomed a speech by Margaret Greenwood, shadow secretary of state for work and pensions, who promised to end the hostile environment for claimants and overhaul the social security system.
PCS is hosting two key events at this year’s Labour party conference in Liverpool.
During Black History Month this October, get involved and support PCS by standing up to racism, challenging stereotypes and promoting equality.
It’s Bi Visibility Day on Sunday (23 September) and there are a number of ways PCS members can get involved in celebrating the day and support many people in the bisexual community who continue to face prejudice, isolation and erasure within the straight and LGBT+ community.