Important information for those affected by the Phoenix pay system.
Ask the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour Patty Hajdu to amend Bill C-65 to permit 10 days of paid leave per calendar year for victims of domestic violence.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada will be holding an electronic vote for members of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to ratify the tentative agreement between PSAC and CFIA.
The Federal Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board is scheduled to meet with PSAC and the federal government on January 31, 2018.
The government has extended the deadline for reporting overpayments to January 19, 2018. PSAC remains unsatisfied with this half-measure and will continue to push for a full exemption from repaying the gross pay for all employees who received an overpayment due to Phoenix.
PSAC shares the scepticism and frustration of our members as a result of the continuous blunders on the part of this government when it comes to payroll problems. That said, PSAC encourages our members to make every effort to report any overpayments by January 19, 2018 to avoid having to repay the gross amount.
These days, fewer and fewer jobs offer any sort of retirement plan – leaving more people feeling insecure and worrying about their futures. Shouldn’t government be building back retirement security for hard working Canadians?
Learn more: http://pensions.psacunion.ca/