PCS Blogs

International Women’s Day: Call to men in our movement – step aside, brother

For International Women’s Day, Lynn Henderson, PCS national political officer and Scottish TUC vice president, asks why women are still so under-represented in union structures

The menopause: managing women experiencing it and adjustments you should make

To mark International Women’s Day read the second blog post by PCS NEC member Karen Watts giving advice for PCS manager members who are managing staff experiencing the menopause and the adjustments they should make

The menopause: advice for managing women experiencing it and help and support

In the first of 2 posts in the run-up to International Women’s Day giving managers advice on managing women experiencing the menopause, PCS NEC member Karen Watts looks at essential information, help and support and considers risk assessment

Making more LGBT History

As this year’s LGBT History Month draws to a close it’s important that we reflect on LGBT history and what has already been achieved but also consider where the fight for LGBT equality goes next.

Join the PCS digital discussion

Nick McCarthy, PCS head of digital projects, outlines how this year we’re moving to fully integrate our database and our communications systems on cutting-edge digital technology and explains how you can get involved

Playing our part for International LGBT Equality

In our third blog for LGBT History Month, Kris looks at LGBT equality from an international perspective and why Proud has chosen “Organising for International LGBT Equality” as the theme for this year’s LGBT History Month.

I love being part of the union as it gives workers a voice

For Heart Unions Week, rep Rebecca shares why she loves PCS and wanted to get involved in her union

PCS gives me the tools to push for equality and fairness

For Heart Unions Week, Fiona shares why she loves PCS

Without the union, things just stay the same

For Heart Unions Week, PCS rep Jennifer Reed explains why she got involved in our union and why she would encourage others to do the same

(A)Sexual Story

Jordan shares his experiences of coming out to his work colleagues as being asexual.

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