The Civil Public and Services Union, the Union for clerical and administrative grades in the Civil Service, wider Public Sector and the Private Sector. We hope you find it helpful and informative. On our website you will find useful information about the Union's activities on behalf of our 13,000 members in the Civil Service, Public Service and the Private Sector.
The primary role of the CPSU is to organise and represent its members at all levels on all issues relating to their terms and conditions of employment. The CPSU was formed in 1922 and since then has represented staff in the clerical and administrative grades of the Civil Service, Semi-State bodies and the Private Sector.
Main Aims of the Union
The Union is a democratic organisation which organises decision-making in accordance with its Rules and Constitution. Some of the main objectives of the Union as set out in the Rules and Constitution are :
The rules of the Union can be amended at a Rules Conference which takes place every two years.