Canada Revenue Agency

There are over 25,000 members in this bargaining unit, the second largest unit at the PSAC. Our members review and process tax returns, provide tax information services for the public, and intake the billions of dollars of government revenue collected by the CRA. They also run the offices, maintain the equipment and buildings, and carry out the administrative work of the CRA. The unit falls under the Public Service Labour Relations Act.

Background

There are over 25,000 members in this bargaining unit, the second largest unit at the PSAC. Our members review and process tax returns, provide tax information services for the public, and intake the billions of dollars of government revenue collected by the CRA.

Attached are the Employer proposals for the negotiation of a collective agreement covering employees who are members of the Program Delivery and Administrative Services bargaining unit of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. 

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.

Updates

December 5, 2014

This week our bargaining team met with the Agency continue negotiations for a new collective agreement

November 26, 2014

On November 26, 2014, the PSAC received the Public Interest Commission (PIC) recommendations concerning our contract dispute with CRA. The PIC recommendations are non-binding

October 10, 2014

Compensation, duration and new protections argued before Public Interest Commission (PIC)

October 8, 2014

For over two years, our bargaining team has been pushing for new protections for PSAC/UTE members at CRA

June 11, 2014

The Public Service Labour relations Board contacted us with confirmed dates for a hearing to be held at the Public Service Labour Relations Board October 8 and 9

March 7, 2014

Employer submits application to Public Service Labour Relations Board for establishment of a Public Interest Commission

February 28, 2014

Mediation broke down February 27 as the government and CRA refused to address critical issues 

February 28, 2014

Mediation broke down February 27 as the government and CRA refused to address critical issues raised in this round of bargaining, from significant protections for our jobs to compensation to the duration of our collective agreement.

February 27, 2014

We’ve been in bargaining since September 2012.  We’ve met with CRA for a total of   over 40 days of negotiations.  We spent 6 days in mediation.  We are committed to negotiations, but we remain in dispute in a number of key areas.

January 25, 2014

While key issues remain unresolved, talks prove constructive – parties agree to reconvene in Ottawa next month to continue mediation.

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