PSAC has reached a tentative agreement that provides fair wages, no concessions, and improved working conditions for the 70,000 members of the PA group.
The report identifies several of the union’s key concerns as areas where the government can improve its offer.
In keeping with recommendations from both local and national health authorities, the union has made the difficult decision to suspend activities that would require a large gathering of members.
Aside from compensation for Phoenix damages, the impact of the Phoenix pay system is a central bargaining issue for each of PSAC’s federal public service bargaining units.
The government will need to offer PSAC members more Phoenix compensation and higher wage increases if they hope to reach a
The federal government has announced the expansion of the Phoenix expense claims process to include an additional element to accept claims for severe financial hardship.
PSAC has now received the Public Interest Commission’s (PIC) recommendations on issues that are specific to the Education and Library Science (EB) group.
Last week, mediation between Treasury Board and PSAC ended without a tentative agreement as government representatives refused to make progress on PSAC’s key demands.