For our 2018 organising and communications awards we would love to hear how our members have used innovation and imagination to organise and communicate to support our campaigns.
PCS General Secretary Mark Serwotka has today (14 March) written to the secretary of state for justice David Gauke in a last ditch attempt to ensure that further privatisation of enforcement officer work does not take place.
PCS members will be marching against racism on the United Nations International Anti Racism Day this Saturday in London, Glasgow and Cardiff.
The chancellor described the economic outlook as “light at the end of the tunnel”, but offered nothing but gloom for most public sector workers.
PCS is proud of all our activists and reps who work hard to build our union and represent members. Today is International Women's Day, a worldwide event that grew out of the struggles of women workers in the last century fighting and campaigning for equality, better pay and working conditions for all.
PCS is calling on branches to prepare for a statutory ballot on pay to put pressure on a government that has so far failed to enter into formal talks to fund above-inflation pay rises across the civil service.