Use your vote - by post, phone or online

1 March 2012

PCS members in the public sector are taking part in a consultative ballot that will decide the direction of the union's campaign to defend jobs, pay and pensions.

Voting is happening online and by phone – as well as by post.

Union members are being urged to vote ‘yes’ ‘yes’.

That would endorse the national executive’s decision to reject the government’s latest offer on civil service pensions; and support a programme of strikes with the aim of improving the deal.

The action would start with a co-ordinated walkout with other public sector unions on Wednesday, 28 March.

Voting closes on Friday 16 March.

Internet and phone voting is allowed because it is a consultative ballot.

The statutory postal vote – which makes the strike lawful – was held last year.

Any paid-up member in a workplace which is covered by the civil service pension scheme, who hasn’t received a ballot paper by Tuesday, 6 March should contact PCS head office on 020 7801 2670.

The vote is being supervised by independent scrutineers from Electoral Reform Services.

Use our pay and pensions calculator to see how much you will lose

Pensions ballot –organise for a yes vote

Read our ‘Fair pensions for all’ booklet

There is an alternative - economic arguments against the cuts

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