PCS Blogs

This isn’t easy

Rachelle blogs about the changes to life under lockdown and ways to improve being at home.

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

25 November is the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. This year’s theme is Orange the World: Fund, Respond, Prevent, Collect! 16 days of activism against gender-based violence start on 25 November.

Demonstrating the diversity of our members' work

In the last couple of weeks, our president Fran has attended some great events (albeit virtually) which really demonstrate the diversity of the work that PCS members are involved in.

Young members and the lockdown office – “Let them work in the study”

Fiona blogs about how many people, particularly younger workers, are struggling working from home.

The future of the union

Mark blogs about the important role that activists will play in shaping the future of PCS.

How being a rep helped me get promoted

As part of Young Workers’ Month, Robert explains how being a rep helped give him the skills to secure a promotion at work.

Covid dominates but we must also look to the future

The coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate the way we live and work and, with further restrictions being introduced all the time, the winter ahead is going to be challenging.

Let's pull together and get involved

The last few months have been extremely difficult for our members and their families. Many of you have been working under tough circumstances, either at home or in very challenging office environments.

Young Workers' Month

Megan introduces Young Workers' Month and suggests some ways of getting involved.

History, Hair and Belonging in Heritage

Amanda tells us about an experience at work that made her question our telling of history and think about her position in the heritage industry.

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