PCS members in the Ministry of Justice are continuing to share with us why they think the department’s “modernising employment proposition” which aims to increase their working week, cut overtime cut and reduce their sick pay reduced is a bad deal for them.
To speak out on proposed fundamental changes to your working life in the Ministry of Justice you must join PCS by 23 August and have your say in our ballot.
PCS has welcomed FDA and Prospect rejecting the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) pay offer, urging the government to scrap the scheme and get back round the negotiating table.
As members vote in the PCS ballot on Ministry of Justice proposals to cut their terms and conditions and extend their hours more of them have contacted us to tell us why they’re voting no.
If you work for the Ministry of Justice your employer wants to rip up your terms and conditions but if you’re a PCS member you have the chance to vote no in our ballot, which opens today, and oppose changes that could seriously affect you.