With a week to go until our next day of payday activities on 29 June it is crucial all PCS members are getting involved and getting the vote out in our pay ballot.
There has been strong support for PCS members who work as conciliators at Acas who started industrial action this week in a long-running dispute over the imposition of detrimental changes made by conciliation service management.
Our members have been sharing why they’re joining our latest payday protests on Monday (30) for our Big Pay Petition Day
PCS reps’ pay briefing meetings are taking place across the UK from Monday (30) as we step up our campaign for a fully-funded 5% pay rise.
On 12 May, PCS members from across the UK will be joining the TUC’s march in London to call for a fully-funded, above inflation pay rise for all civil servants, and they have been sharing why they are marching
It is now clear from a letter received from a Cabinet Office minister in response to our 5% pay claim inviting PCS to talks that the government has only budgeted for a 1% pay rise for the UK civil service and related areas. PCS members have previously been led to believe that the 1% pay cap had been lifted.