Our bargaining team met with Canada Post on January 17 and 18, 2017, where the employer tabled a more detailed package than the one we received last October.
The PSAC-UPCE bargaining team will resume negotiations with Canada Post on Jan. 17, 2017.
Our bargaining team will caucus on Monday the 16th, prior to a scheduled two days of talks with the employer.
Our bargaining team met with the Corporation on October 18 and 19, 2016. The employer gave several presentations on the state of the business, and we exchanged proposals.
Members of PSAC-UPCE are poised to bargain with Canada Post Corporation, starting Oct. 18, 2016, a day after the bargaining team’s caucus.
What you need to know if there is a picket line at your workplace
PSAC is calling on Canada Post to bargain fairly with postal workers
If you recently received a letter from Canada Post through the Canada Revenue Agency regarding pay equity, please note that it is legitimate.
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.
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.