The fact is, on your own there’s not much you can do to affect your working conditions. Joining PCS means that you won’t be on your own. Join PCS and you will have a voice in your workplace and you will be able to draw on all the advice and legal support PCS has on offer.
Joining PCS is about standing up for one another. On your own you have very little power to influence decisions made by management. Uniting with your colleagues in the union means you can make a difference.
Unions enable workers to organise around key improvements they want to make to their workplace. Together we can challenge the strength of our employers and improve our working lives.
Our terms and conditions were not handed to us by management. We have fought hard to win them. Today we are going all out to protect what we already have as well as pushing for improvements where we think they can be made.
Decent public services need dedicated staff to deliver them. Stand with us to protect the services we provide.
No member should have to accept abuse, threats or physical assault as part of their job. Together we can stand up to bullies and protect each other.
Your employer intends to be fair and responsible, but it’s possible that from time to time problems may arise. This is where access to advice and support from your union can pay off.
We are encouraging and supporting members in under-represented groups to play a full and active role in our structures.
You can choose who you feel would best represent your interests or become a representative yourself. PCS is a democratic union and you can get involved and help decide union policy.
Even the most self-reliant person can have an accident or get sick, which can result in disciplinary action. Join us after encountering a problem at work and we may not be able to help you.