The following PSAC collective agreements have language prohibiting discrimination on the basis of gender identity and/or gender expression. Museum and Arts Related National Museum of Science and Technology Canada Council Canada Council (administrative group) Total: 3 out of 12 units Airport and Related Gander International Airport Authority Inc. Thunder Bay Airport IMP Group CFB Gander IMP CFP Comox IMP CFB Trenton ARINC International of Canada
May 15, 2013
April 25, 2013
PSAC members have the right to promote and build our union in the workplace. Members have the right to be kept informed on the employer’s premises during non-work time, before or after shifts and during paid or unpaid breaks and lunch periods. This is the law.
April 24, 2013
An ESA is a written agreement between the Union and the employer that certainwork duties are essential to the safety and security of the public and must continue during a strike. ESA's are required by the Public Service Labour Relations Act (PSLRA)
September 3, 2012
This document represents bargaining proposals of the Public Service Alliance of Canada for this round of negotiations for the Program Delivery and Administrative Services group at the Canada Revenue Agency. These proposals are being submitted without prejudice to any future proposed amendments and/or additions, and are subject to any errors and/or omissions. The Public Service Alliance of Canada reserves the right to introduce, amend or withdraw its demands or to introduce counter proposals to the Employer's demands.
November 28, 2011
Workforce adjustment committees should always be joint The Workforce Adjustment Appendix specifies that departments and organizations must establish Workforce Adjustment Committees to manage workforce adjustment situations. The union believes that they should always be composed of union and management representatives or, in other words, joint.
January 29, 2010
Also called cumulative trauma disorders (CTD), repetitive trauma, repetitive injury, RSIs refer to a range of disabling injuries of the soft tissues, usually of the hands, wrists, forearms, shoulders, back and legs. The different terms indicate that such injuries involve repetition, and that they can also be caused by force, rapid movement, excessive strain, uncomfortable positioning of limbs or being in a constrained position over long periods.
September 1, 2008
Imagine being told that the clothes you are wearing aren't appropriate for your gender. Think about what it would be like to be ridiculed on the job, exposed to daily harassment because you may not conform to some people's definition of masculinity and femininity. Imagine if every trip to the bathroom felt like a trial – exposing you to potential humiliation or violence.