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Updates from PCS.org.uk Regarding TPIP Strike 08/02/2011

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PCS vows to make DWP contact centres the best
Following the successful 2 day strike on the 7 TPIP sites , the DWP Group Executive Committee are preparing the next stage in the campaign to ensure that members in those 7 new CCD offices and throughout the Contact Centre Directorate enjoy the best possible working conditions and are allowed to organise their work to deliver the best possible customer services.

PCS and management met with ACAS separately this week to explore the possibility of settling this dispute. PCS remains ready to talk with DWP management at any time.

In the meantime the DWP GEC met on 3 February to plan the next stage of the campaign for decent working conditions and the best public service.

Campaigning to win
The GEC agreed to step up campaigning in advance of a ballot with posters, press releases and high profile campaigning aimed at persuading management to talk seriously to us about radically improving CCD. Management have now agreed to talks about TPIP and CCD but we are not yet convinced that they are ready to make the changes needed to transform the working lives of members in CCD and the experience of customers too.

The GEC is seeking authority to ballot all members in CCD in the next few weeks. If management are not prepared to change then PCS members will be balloted to force the change we need.

Together we will win.

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