In the coming week PCS is offering a wide range of short courses available to all members, from training to be a health and safety rep, to painting with waterclours, and everything in between.
PCS described how the Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound and long-lasting effect on how we all live and work during a TUC Congress debate which discussed how the pandemic has highlighted the deep and persistent structural inequalities which cut across our country.
In the A to Z of benefits of joining the union, J is for Joining PCS
There is plenty of PCS activity next week, including our fringe and speakers at TUC Congress 2020, our continuing strike by Tate members and courses looking at the impact of Covid on black and LGBT+ workers, raising mental health awareness and training for new members.
A Health and Safety Executive (HSE) report found serious failings in maintaining social distancing while the country is in danger of having a second spike in Covid-19 cases.
We continue to seek guarantees that no jobs are lost over Downing Street’s plans to centralise government communications roles but we are growing increasingly frustrated by the lack of response to our demands.