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.
This week’s payday is the only one during the PCS postal pay ballot so we want members to throw phone bank parties up and down the country to help get the vote out.
Lots of people understandably hate cold calling but when you see this number 020 7801 2798 flash up on your phone please answer it, we’re not selling anything just asking you if you’re intending to vote in the PCS postal pay ballot.
PCS Revenue and Customs members have been given another compelling reason to vote in our postal pay ballot by CEO Jon Thompson’s claims his hands are tied on pay, despite betraying staff when he had chance to break the cap.
For Terrific Tuesday today, the second day of the second week of the PCS postal pay ballot, our general secretary Mark Serwotka is urging volunteers to give up at least an hour of their time to call members and urge them to vote.