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Stuck in the mid year review

Stuck in the mid year review

This is a further communication on the performance management system dealing with the issues members are facing and re-enforcing our guidance. It is becoming increasingly clear that no-one knows what is actually going on. Members’ meetings and communications to PCS are showing the following: Members are being placed into the 10% must improve category...
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PCS campaigning for the living wage

PCS campaigning for the living wage

PCS members are currently facing an unprecedented attack on their wages and living standards, but the union is making significant progress in achieving the living wage for members, explains policy officer Enrico Tortolano Public services and the welfare state are being scaled back while rail, electricity, gas and water companies all hike their prices...
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Con Dems: Defenders of family friendly working? Not in the civil service they’re not

Con Dems: Defenders of family friendly working? Not in the civil service they’re not

Maria Miller MP is the newly appointed Culture Secretary, an important post that carries with it a seat in the Cabinet. In an interview in the Telegraph today Miller has made some noises to encouraging women into work by encouraging employers to introduce family friendly policies. Here’s the Telegraph’s summary: Mrs Miller will steer...
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Mid Year Reviews: Advice for Members

Mid Year Reviews: Advice for Members

Wednesday 31 October is the deadline for all managers to upload their staff’s midyear PDR. This is the first year of the department’s performance management process whereby at 10% of all workers will be marked in a ‘must improve’ category and as a result forego any pay increases, even if employees have met all...
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Pledge to continue opposition ahead of pensions bill debate

Pledge to continue opposition ahead of pensions bill debate

With the government’s pensions bill back before MPs PCS has pledged to continue to oppose ministers’ plans to make public servants pay more and work longer for less. Commenting ahead of the second reading of the public service pensions bill scheduled for Monday 29 October, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka said: “This is the...
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