HMRC cleaners to strike

HMRC cleaners to strike

PCS members employed by multinational ISS, working as cleaners in HMRC buildings on Merseyside, are to strike against imposed changes to their pay and conditions. The cleaners will begin a two-day strike starting on Monday (25 July), followed by an overtime ban and a work to rule. The members of PCS Revenue and Customs Group’s … Continue reading

ISS cleaners ballot for strike action

ISS cleaners ballot for strike action

PCS is balloting cleaners working for ISS in six HMRC buildings across Merseyside over possible industrial action. The ballot is a response to their employer using the introduction of the government’s national living wage to make cuts in hours. The national living wage came into force in April, giving over-25s on the minimum wage a … Continue reading

Support HMRC cleaners against cuts!

Support HMRC cleaners against cuts!

Join the protest: Monday 9 May, 12pm, in front of the Triad Sign the petition here Check out justiceforhmrccleaners.wordpress.com for more updates Members should hopefully be aware that our cleaners are currently in dispute with their employer ISS over cuts to hours, low pay, lack of sick pay and holidays. It has now been confirmed … Continue reading

Use your vote in the PCS GEC and NEC elections

Use your vote in the PCS GEC and NEC elections

National Executive Committee elections run from Thursday 21 April to Thursday 12 May by postal ballot Group Executive Committee elections run from Thursday 28 April to Wednesday 18 May by postal ballot The Branch Executive Committee recommends voting for those candidates nominated at our AGM in March We are now entering that time of the … Continue reading

No cuts to civil service redundancy pay

No cuts to civil service redundancy pay

The government is aiming to slash civil service redundancy just 6 years after the current civil service redundancy scheme was introduced in December 2010. The current civil service redundancy scheme was introduced in December 2010. The terms were described by then Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude, as “fair, affordable and sustainable; they offer protection to … Continue reading

HMRC cleaners to demonstrate for living wage

HMRC cleaners to demonstrate for living wage

Cleaners employed in HM Revenue & Customs offices will be protesting in Liverpool this Friday (18 March) after it emerged that they will face cuts to hours and possible redundancies to pay for the new minimum wage rate. The demonstration will take place from 12.30pm in Derby Square. Cleaners from HMRC offices in Liverpool City … Continue reading