PCS members working in the HMRC office in International House, Ealing, reacted with fury at today’s announcement by management that the planned closure of their office is being brought forward to June 2020.
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The result of the PCS postal pay ballot is expected around lunchtime on Tuesday (30), and will be published to members as soon after the result is received as possible, online, via email and text message.
A hugely faulty payment system is leaving many security guards working for G4S at the Ministry of Justice out of pocket, with some missing out on sums in excess of £1,600.
“The government must act now to ensure fair wages and working conditions for civil servants,” Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has urged in a solidarity message to PCS members voting in our postal pay ballot.
PCS is encouraging branches to organise and support activities in their workplaces and communities to celebrate the day and focus on health and safety.