For several years, the Phoenix payroll system ...
For several years, the Phoenix payroll system has been incorrectly collecting membership dues from nearly 150,000 members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada.
PSAC is launching a national television ad campaign to highlight the dedication of public service workers throughout the Phoenix pay system disaster, which has now been going on for two and a half years.
PSAC has launched a national campaign to highlight the remarkable commitment of federal public service workers who continue to provide critical services to Canadians, despite more than two years of Phoenix pay problems.
PSAC’s bargaining team representing members at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) held a sixth bargaining session for a new collective agreement on August 7 and 8.
CFIA management offered no new proposals but continued insisting on a slew of previously-tabled concessions that our union team deemed unacceptable and rejected last month.
Negotiations for new collective agreements for most members began over a year ago, but the government has repeatedly refused our reasonable proposals for a just settlement.
Parks members have been bargaining since January, and each time they have been met with a reluctant, unprepared employer who continues to demonstrate they have been given no mandate on key issues.
During the last round of bargaining, PSAC negotiated improved annual leave provisions for public service workers who have had a break in service during their career.
“Just months away from an election, the federal government is trying to sow divisions within the federal public service after refusing to provide fair compensation for Phoenix damages to almost 60% of their unionized workers – the PSAC membership.
The Commissionaires in Kingston are currently fighting for better wages and paid sick leave. Many of these PSAC members are veterans who bring valuable military and police service to the job they perform. And yet they continue to be undervalued.
PSAC is happy to announce that a new collective agreement has been ratified by members of the Swissport Canada fuel services bargaining unit at Vancouver International Airport.
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