With a comprehensive spending review now increasingly likely in the coming weeks, PCS is calling for investment in public services, an end to cuts and an end to office closures and pay restraint.
The second issue of 2019 of our members’ magazine PCS People is online now, including an update on our pay campaign, the benefits of having a PCS rep at work and how privatisation fails our members.
We’re countering some DWP myths with a series of articles about Universal Credit, as part of our campaign to expose the massive problems with a system that we say needs to be scrapped and replaced, starting with the department's claim that UC supports people back into work, every step of the way
A well-supported 5-day PCS strike by catering and cleaning staff at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy rounded off today (21) with a rally in the business secretary Greg Clark’s constituency.
Huge progress was made during our ballot for action on pay – while the law blocks us from striking now, our campaign goes on as yet again the Treasury offers 1%.
PCS has accused private firm Securitas of bullying National Gallery staff into accepting voluntary exit packages or drastic changes to their working conditions.