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  • Tories seek more redundancy cuts despite promises Consultation begins on changes to CSCS...Play your part in opposing detrimental changes to your terms and conditions. Email your MP to ask them to oppose the cap on exit ...
    Posted 13 Feb 2016, 02:42 by P C S HOMB
  • Home Office Merseyside Branch Annual Report 2016 Part 7: Organisation, recruitment and communications...MembershipAs of December 2015 Branch membership stood at 1183. This is a decrease of 67 from 1250 at January 2015. A fall had ...
    Posted 10 Feb 2016, 04:19 by P C S HOMB
  • Government seeks more redundancy cuts despite promises PCS General Secretary, Mark Serwotka: "utterly sickening to see the Tories treat civil servants with such contempt"...Tory ministers are again seeking to cut redundancy pay just a few years ...
    Posted 10 Feb 2016, 04:14 by P C S HOMB
  • Home Office Merseyside Branch Annual Report 2016 Part 6: Immigration Enforcement, Asylum and HOPG...Immigration EnforcementA major issue in IE was the introduction of vehicle telemetry systems to Home Office vehicles. One of the main ...
    Posted 8 Feb 2016, 14:37 by P C S HOMB
  • Home Office Merseyside Branch Annual Report 2016 Part 5: Criminal Casework, Complex Casework & Customer Service Operations...Criminal Casework Last year was relatively quiet for this area in comparison to the other larger units within the Branch. CCD ...
    Posted 7 Feb 2016, 06:59 by P C S HOMB
  • Home Office Merseyside Branch Annual Report 2016 Part 4: Health & Safety and Finance reports...PCS Home Office Merseyside Branch carried out 2 full Health and Safety inspections during 2015 in addition to undertaking individual floor inspections. These ...
    Posted 2 Feb 2016, 09:52 by P C S HOMB
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