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.
PCS has joined fellow civil service unions FDA and Prospect, calling for a Judicial Review over the government’s below inflation pay remit guidance.
To make sure your vote counts in the PCS pay ballot if you have a second class envelope you must post your ballot paper by Wednesday (18) evening and if you have a first class envelope for a replacement ballot paper you must post it by first post on Friday (20).
With just under a week to go before the strike ballot closes, Labour's shadow Cabinet Office minister Chris Matheson MP calls on the government to negotiate properly with civil service unions to end the dispute
Our statutory ballot for industrial action over pay closes on 23 July. Remember to post your ballot paper before then.
This is a critical week in the PCS pay ballot which closes on 23 July so if your dog has eaten your ballot paper, your child has made a masterpiece out of it or it’s been lost forever at the bottom of your bag, don’t delay request a replacement today.