For activists (https://www.pcs.org.uk/get-involved/activists)
Being a rep is a deeply rewarding role, ensuring that there is an effective union branch and representation for members, as well as running both local and national campaigns.
Reps are the backbone of PCS, and provide us with a voice in every workplace.
Information and resources for reps can be accessed by logging into PCS Digital (https://pcsunion.force.com/pcsdigital/s/login/?language=en_US). When you've logged in you can access articles on a wide range of subjects including employment law and health and safety using the Knowledge tab. And in the Resource Library you will find forms, reports and spreadsheets including conference papers, expense claim forms and copies of briefings and newsletters.
To book travel for PCS business, including meetings and training courses, use the Trips UK website (https://www.trips.uk.com/js/lightuk/current/#/main). If you have problems logging in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To claim other travel and subsistence expenses, download and complete the expense claim form (https://pcsunion.force.com/pcsdigital/s/sharepoint-share-link?id=2956) and email it to email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) for processing.
Log into PCS Digital (https://pcsunion.force.com/pcsdigital/s/login/?language=en_US&startURL=/pcsdigital/s/&ec=302) and go to Knowledge for a wide range of legal information.
To request advice on a personal case from the PCS legal team, download and complete the PCU1 form (https://pcsunion.force.com/pcsdigital/s/sharepoint-share-link?id=2213). Different versions of the PCU1 form can be downloaded from the Resource Library.
Our organising team has created a Powerpoint presentation (https://pcsunion.force.com/pcsdigital/s/sharepoint-share-link?id=2656) to help with recruiting new members at staff inductions.