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Protect our redundancy pay – support our national campaign 09/12/2010

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DWP SHEFFIELD BRANCH RECOMMENDATION
– VOTE YES/YES

PCS is organising a consultative ballot to defend the civil service compensation scheme (CSCS).

We strongly recommend you vote ‘yes’ to reject the government’s proposals on the CSCS and support our campaign to defend jobs, pay, pensions and services and to oppose the government’s cuts agenda.

The proposals would: tear up our accrued rights; severely cut redundancy payments in both compulsory and voluntary situations; make the overwhelming majority of members worse off and reduce compulsory terms for existing scheme members.

They would also make the scheme discretionary and reduce the amount of time you have to find another job in the civil service if you are threatened with redundancy.

We believe there is no need for cuts; we are proposing an alternative based on tax justice and creating rather than destroying jobs. By organising we can stop this unjustified attack on our workplaces and communities.

The biggest possible turnout in this ballot will send the government a clear message that their proposals to cut the CSCS are unacceptable and that we reject their cuts programme.

Defend the CSCS, defend your job and defend pay, pensions and services – vote ‘yes/yes’ in the ballot which runs from 7 December to 14 January.

For further details contact your office rep or branch secretary

VOTE YES/YES TO DEFEND JOBS AND SERVICES

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