Get social with PCS

05 Dec 2018

By following PCS on social media you can keep updated on issues that affect you and can join in with debates and share and add content.

We now use a variety of different ways to let you know what is going on in PCS, whether it be in your employer groups, workplaces or in the larger political arena. 

Social media lets us use different ways of spreading the word such as images, video and gifs, which means we can reach more people and make our content more accessible to a wider range of members, supporters and potential members.

You can follow us on Twitter and Instagram and like our page on Facebook

Join the conversation

We also have a closed Facebook group, open only to PCS members, where you can join in debates and discussions, share content and ask questions of the PCS community in a secure and safe environment.  To join, send us a request through Facebook or email with your name and membership number.

Other accounts to follow

Several employer groups and equality groups also have their own social media profiles:

Young members and apprentices

You can find the national young members’ network on Facebook and Twitter.

Proud, PCS’s LGBT+ network

You can find Proud on Facebook and Twitter

PCS is organised into regions and nations, and most of those also have their own social media accounts to share and promote events and campaigns that are going on in your local area. Visit the regional pages for more details.

Visit the group pages for details of the social media channels for where you work.

Social media guidelines

Most departments have their own social media and internet guidelines which you should always follow when using social media. 

If you are a civil servant you are also bound by the Civil Service Code, which sets out the key values of integrity, honesty, objectivity and impartiality. 

Your local rep will be able to help you with any questions you have about social media usage.

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