PCS union

Universal Credit roll-out will add to pressures on staff.
Workers in big government departments cannot cope with the demands being placed on them, union bosses say. Paul O’Connor
The PCS consultative ballot runs until the November 6th. While we know it is most effective to campaign against the pay cap across the public sector, PCS members must show our employers, ministers and the chancellor that we are prepared to fight to end the cap. We urge other public sector unions to become ballot ready too. We are stronger together.
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Bid to support 'anti-austerity leader of the Labour party'
Left-wing public sector union PCS has taken its first step towards affiliating itself to the Labour party. Following a plea
Two of Britain’s leading left-wing trade union bosses have been allowed to rejoin the Labour party, HuffPost UK can reveal
Ministers have ordered a Government agency to revoke advice suggesting staff should not take time out of work to mark the