PCS is made up of members across many workplaces. Our ability
to be influential depends on how many members we have – and
on how well they are organised.
Good communication is vitally important. Members need to know what the union is doing and they should also have a voice in deciding union policy.
The only way this can work is if every workplace has someone willing to help the union. It could be as simple as:
None of these jobs are complicated. None take up a huge amount of
time. They are often enjoyable roles and in some cases your employer
may allow you paid time to carry them out.
To find out more get in touch with your PCS regional organiser. See the organising and learning contacts page for details.