Canada Post Corporation

Background

The following are the Union’s proposals to amend the Collective Agreement between the Canada Post Corporation and the Public Service Alliance of Canada.

The Union reserves the right to add to, amend, modify and withdraw its proposals at any time during collective bargaining.

The following are the Union’s proposals to amend the Collective Agreement between the Canada Post Corporation and the Public Service Alliance of Canada. 
 

Collective agreement

Canada Post Corporation

Unit description: 
Covering classifications: Administrative Services, Communications, Clerical & Regulatory Computer Systems, Data Processing, Drafting & Illustration, Engineering & Scientific Support, Electronics, Engineering & Land Survey, Financial Administration, General Technical, Information Services, Library Sciences, Offce Equipment, Purchasing & Supply, Programme Administration, Social Science Support Secretarial Stenographic & Typing
Number in unit: 
1 399
Contract expires: 
August 31, 2012

Employer: 

Updates

April 28, 2016

Members of the Union of Postal Communications Employees met in Ottawa last week, to discuss the challenges they face in their workplaces and to prepare for the upcoming round of bargaining with Canada Post.

December 2, 2014

Some 2400 PSAC members belong to this bargaining unit. They are responsible for the clerical, financial, engineering, and administrative functioning of the Corporation. These members provide support for all plant, office and technical aspects of the work.

September 24, 2014

Files are being processed but the payment process will continue well into 2015.

September 30, 2013

The bargaining process is still ongoing. To underscore that fact, the Minister of Labour, through the Federal Mediation and Conciliation and Services has appointed a mediator (neutral third party) to continue negotiations with the goal of reaching a mediated settlement.

September 20, 2013

Canada Post provided your bargaining team with a final offer on September 16, 2013. Your bargaining team does not agree with this offer and will pursue every avenue available to seek improvements. This offer does not mean that bargaining should stop, or that it is not possible to achieve something more.