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Sexual harassment

PCS young members’ equality officer Megan urges members to contact their rep if they feel they may be a victim of sexual harassment

Urging young members to get active in PCS

David Anderson, newly-elected PCS Northern Region young members’ convenor, explains why he got involved with our union and why he’d encourage others to become active

Young members: why you should vote

Young members need to make their voices heard in the general election and PCS General Secretary election, says Robert, PCS London and SE/Eastern young members’ convenor

PCS Academy: Next Steps Programme

PCS North West young member George explains why all active members should attend the PCS Next Steps course  

Bullying on social media

Urgent action is needed to address bullying on social media, says Rachelle McDougall, PCS Scotland young members’ convenor

Feel you can contribute? Just do it

Kris Rowe, outgoing chair of our young members’ committee looks back on his time as a young member

Help young workers shape our movement

For Young Workers’ Month our national young members’ chair Megan McQuade urges reps and activists to reach out to young workers so they can play an active role in shaping PCS and the trade union movement

Get involved in PCS to help strengthen our union  

In her latest blog post Fran praises our brave ISS and Aramark members in the BEIS London South branch who took strike action to win the London Living Wage and calls on everyone to join in 2 important consultations 

Celebrating Diwali, Festival of Lights

Tracy brings traditional greetings to all PCS members during the Festival of Diwali.

Me and the Menopause

Patricia blogs about her experiences of the menopause at work and how she has learned to cope with its symptoms.

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