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.
More branches have succeeded in achieving the 50% turnout necessary to beat the government’s anti-trade union laws in our ballot for industrial action over pay.
With our ballot in its fourth week our members have been telling us why they have voted yes and yes in our ballot for industrial action over pay.
PCS members in Ealing began three days of strike action today, following a well-supported one day strike last week and two half-day strikes last month.
A well-supported picket line, backed by a visit from shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey, rounded off a 3-day pay strike by PCS members who are contracted catering staff working at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Elections for the PCS national executive committee, our union's governing body, and for the post of assistant general secretary open on Tuesday (16).