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Oops, I forgot to switch!

If you are one of the small minority of members in Home Office Merseyside Branch who forgot to switch your subsciptions to direct debit your PCS membership has now well and truly expired. It is no more. it has shuffled off this mortal coil and should be considered an ex-membership.

But don't worry. You can restart your membership by downloading an application form here, completing it and passing it in or sending it to the PCS office (Room 1.19, The Capital Building) or you can complete a fresh application online at the PCS national union website.

Remember. No membership, no representation, no say.

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  • HMPO harmonisation update Passport to a Fair Deal campaign briefing #2... Summary: Further update on negotiations on HMPO pay harmonisation. The last meeting with HMPO/Home Office management over harmonisation took place on ...
    Posted 15 Apr 2015, 03:02 by P C S HOMB
  • Withdrawal of check-off leads to unlawful deductions by the Home Office - the irony! Check your pay slips... Summary: Members and non-members are encouraged to check their pay slips in case they have had union subscriptions unlawfully deducted by the Home Office (including ...
    Posted 8 Apr 2015, 05:01 by P C S HOMB
  • We are looking for you if... ...you are from Asylum or Criminal Casework Directorate?.. Following the recent Branch Executive Committe (BEC) meeting the branch has allocated areas of responsibilities for 2015-16, which are listed on ...
    Posted 8 Apr 2015, 01:40 by P C S HOMB
  • Intelligence re-structuring – expressions of interest For members working in Border Force Intelligence at Heathrow and Gatwick Airports... PCS understands that, as part of the Border Force Intelligence Restructure, management will invite Expressions of Interest (closing ...
    Posted 7 Apr 2015, 06:42 by P C S HOMB
  • The President’s Column Sickness absence and those pesky triggers...Welcome to the first of a new monthly article for the branch website. Each month I will run a commentary on the issues of ...
    Posted 7 Apr 2015, 06:24 by P C S HOMB
  • Overpayment of salaries Problems mount...Branch represenatives have been approached by a significant number of members over the last few days regarding potential  overpayment of salaries about which they have  been informed of ...
    Posted 25 Mar 2015, 11:40 by P C S HOMB
  • Fixed Term Appointees Rights of FTA staff in work and on termination of contracts... Background The use of fixed term employees (known as fixed term appointees or FTAs) in the department has increased ...
    Posted 18 Mar 2015, 06:35 by P C S HOMB
  • Shared Services privatisation Burden of failure falls on Home Office staff... Privatisation of shared services leads to a poorer service and the burden will fall on you. Sign the e-petition to send ...
    Posted 11 Mar 2015, 10:26 by P C S HOMB
  • ‘Itchy Trigger Fingers’ Attendance management policy issues... Disability Triggers – process not being followed? OHS appointments via Telephone – Our advice to members What is the Impact of the new sick policy?                                   Disability triggers – process ...
    Posted 11 Mar 2015, 10:11 by P C S HOMB
  • Visit the Reduce ReUse Recycle Market‏ Plus, while you are there, join PCS, switch to direct debit or find out more about the PCS Credit Union...
    Posted 2 Mar 2015, 23:26 by P C S HOMB
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