NOMINATIONS FOR BRANCH ELECTIONS – 2017/2018

Nominations are now invited for the Branch elections to be held prior to the Annual General Meeting on 21st February 2017.

 

Nominations must be made in accordance with the agreed Constitution which states at Rule 15 that “nominations shall proceed only from members within the Branch or workplace as appropriate”. Therefore, only members working and fixed in the “work areas” , as defined in the attached paper, can nominate or receive nominations for a steward vacancy in that work area. Nominations for all other posts may proceed from   any member within the Branch.

 

Nominations are therefore invited for the following posts:

 

Branch President (1)

Branch Secretary (1)

Branch Assistant Secretary (2)

Branch Vice President (1)

Branch Executive Committee Other Member (4)

Branch Conference Delegate (4)

Local Stewards ( see attached sheet)

Branch Women’s Advisory Committee (5)

Branch Auditors (2)

Equal Ops Rep (1)

 

Nominations must be made in accordance with Branch rule 17 in that no candidate should be eligible for any Branch Election without first having signified their willingness to serve and secondly confirmed that they are not and will not be members of the ISU for the period of office.

Nominations should be sent to Pete Saunders, PCS, Priory Court, St. John’s Road, Dover, CT17 9SH.

Nominees may, if they wish to, provide a summary of their previous trade union involvement on the form below. These will be distributed with any ballot papers.

 

Closing date for receipt of nominations is midday on Tuesday 12th January 2016.

 

Kevin Mills

Branch Secretary

 

NOMINATION FORM

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CSCS BALLOT REMINDER MESSAGE

  • All ballot papers now dispatched on Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS) changes. If you haven’t received a ballot paper then email balloting@pcs.org.uk
  • Use your vote NOW to reject these changes. PCS ballot closes on 28 November 2016.

You should have now received your ballot paper in the ballot over the cuts to the Civil Service Compensation Scheme (CSCS) and the weakening of associated protections against redundancy.  Continue reading

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COMPENSATION IN LIEU OF NOTICE (CILON) AMENDMENTS TO THE PROCEDURE

Summary: PCS has been informed of a change to the way CILON is calculated.

 

In the event that a member is dismissed on inefficiency grounds / medical grounds, a compensation amount can be paid based on service and reasons for dismissal. Additionally members should receive a period of notice. Where the period of notice is not worked due to dismissal, members are compensated for this period and have received an amount of compensation in lieu of notice (CILON). Continue reading

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