HMRC reaches strike settlement with PCS

The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union has suspended further industrial action after negotiations over the last few days led to an agreement being reached with HMRC concerning job cuts, privatisation and attendance management.

Walkouts were planned for 3 and 7 September but all action will now be suspended for an initial period of two months to allow for further talks on the issues in dispute.

The full contents of the briefing of the agreement can be found on the PCS Revenue and Customs group pages of the PCS website.

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gricer | | Permalink

Bit of a climbdown by HMRC-but a long way to go before staff levels and experience replace 25 k headcount loss in the last 6 years .Hope there is no expectation of better customer service/compliance effort as a result of this small change in cost cutting measures