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.
The PMA brings professionals and managers within the union together to discuss common concerns and to work together to represent members more effectively
The union responds to the controversial announcement by Transport secretary Chris Grayling.
PCS members working for Acas have won more jobs, and commitments on workloads and grading, following talks as a result of industrial action.
All members and reps wishing to get actively involved in the pay campaign are invited to register to attend the events on 9 and 16 June to ensure we achieve the required turnout in our ballot for action over pay.
PCS supports a Jeremy Corbyn-led Labour government and we are encouraging members to attend this summer festival on 16 June.