We want members to be more active in our union but we want to hear your views on how to structure our branches to encourage as many people as possible to get involved.
As the snow and ice hits PCS members across the UK you should ensure you know your rights about working in low temperatures.
PCS demands that HMRC commits to becoming a real Living Wage Employer, as it is forced to give administrative assistant grade staff working outside London a supplementary pay increase to ensure the department complies with the government’s National Living Wage.
Acknowledging the continuing impact of government pay restraint affecting most PCS members, our national executive has agreed to cap the 2018 PCS subscription increase to no more than 1%. The new rates will be effective from 1 January 2018.
The government has totally failed to put money into the public services we depend on, failed to alleviate the public sector pay crisis and unleashed even more austerity, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka explained during our latest Facebook Live event on Monday evening.