PCS members at beleaguered contractor Interserve, working at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, will take strike action following the company’s refusal to negotiate with the union on redundancies, contractual changes to pay dates, and attacks on holiday pay and sick pay.
Herding sheep, dressing as a human post box, wearing you aint voted til you’ve posted T-shirts and decorating cars are just some of the imaginative ways members have been getting the vote out in the PCS postal pay ballot.
Thanks to all those PCS members and reps who have volunteered to make calls to members about the PCS postal pay ballot this weekend and beyond – read our step-by-guide to registering and calling – and remember it’s not too late to sign up and get involved.
It’s a big weekend for PCS and our postal pay ballot as members prepare to lobby their MPs over pay and take part in Super Saturday phone banking.
PCS is campaigning against cuts to civil service as thousands of people in receipt of occupational pensions have been shocked to read in the media that their pensions may be cut because of calculation errors going back decades.