The Courts Service plans to outsource criminal and enforcement work at a huge public cost and personal cost to the members of staff involved.
PCS activity continues through late August with several groups of members on strike, our pay petition being signed and shared, and a series of courses designed to equip reps and members with the knowledge and confidence to organise and win at work.
In the A to Z of benefits of joining the union, G is for getting involved in PCS and helping to improve your workplace conditions for your colleagues and yourself.
PCS is to write to the Cabinet Office to call for a guarantee that no jobs are lost as Downing Street presses ahead with plans to centralise government communications roles.
PCS branch reps will be able to organise and communicate with members in a secure forum, run polls and facilitate discussion on union issues with the launch of Chatter, our collaborative communication tool.