PCS members in the Ministry of Justice are continuing to share with us why they think the department’s “modernising employment proposition” which aims to increase their working week, cut overtime cut and reduce their sick pay reduced is a bad deal for them.
How to win the most significant ballot PCS has held in years was debated at a packed fringe conference meeting on Tuesday (22) evening.
Janice Godrich opened her 17th annual conference as PCS President this afternoon with a rousing speech urging members to continue turning the tide against Tory attacks.
The PCS Credit Union is urging all of its members and potential members to read its privacy notice ahead of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replacing the Data Protection Act on 25 May - the biggest change to data protection law for 20 years.
PCS will focus on cuts to access to work and Universal Credit at the TUC Disabled Workers’ Conference which takes place on Thursday (24) and Friday (25).
Next week, PCS Annual Delegate Conference will decide whether or not to call a national, statutory ballot on pay. If the ballot is agreed, we want all our activists to get involved and sign up for a special training day on 9 or 16 June.