PCS Blogs

Theresa May’s legacy

I was recently listening to the Today programme on Radio 4 and the guests were discussing reports that Theresa May’s closest advisers were struggling to decide on what her legacy should be. I am more than happy to offer my advice.

Women and children welcome at PCS

Megan blogs about her experience of attending the PCS women’s seminar in Bristol, accompanied by her two children.

Encouraging everyone to take part in PCS

As newly elected national president I am planning to regularly blog to keep members updated with what I am up to.

We can right these wrongs if we keep on building

Yet again civil and public servants have been monumentally betrayed on pay and pensions. But PCS is more determined than ever to right these wrongs.

Learning about neurodiversity

Naquita Lewis recently attended the Neurodiversity stage 1 course at the PCS office in Cardiff.

Mental health is a young members' issue

Mental ill-health affects 1 in every 10 children and young people, and 70% do not get the appropriate interventions.

Period poverty: the realities of low pay

Ruth blogs for us about the successful campaign in the Scottish Government group to provide free sanitary products.

Workers' lives matter

For Workers' Memorial Day, Paula encourages us to consider the importance of health and safety in our workplaces and how it can save and change lives.

How a higher cost of living and lower wages impact on disabled people

Martin looks at the disability pay gap and why members who identify as disabled should vote in the current PCS ballot for industrial action over pay.

Having your say in our future

Phoebe explains why it is important for young members to get involved in our ballot for industrial action over pay.

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