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 90,000 federal public service workers in the Program & Administrative Services (PA) unit has agreed to mediation on January 16 and 17.
Canada Post and PSAC-UPCE have agreed to enter into early negotiations to reach a new collective agreement before the current one expires in August 2020.
The TC (Technical Services) bargaining team was in two days of hearings at the Public Interest Commission (PIC) f
Today, our National President, Chris Aylward, wrote to Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos asking him to make all employer proposals filed with the Public Interest Commission (PIC) available
During the PIC hearings, the government presented a slew of negative proposals affecting members in the Program and Administrative Services (PA) group.
At the PIC hearings, the government doubled down on numerous regressive positions it had taken during talks to renew collective agreements for PSAC members.
Over 400 teaching assistants at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, have won union representation following an organizing drive by PSAC this fall.
A delegation of 300 members attended the PSAC National Health and Safety Conference in Montreal last week to discuss issues of concern across Canada.
The Public Interest Commission (PIC) hearings for the Program and Administrative Services (PA) and common issues tables wrapped up this weekend.
December 6, 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the Montréal Massacre, where 14 young women were killed at l'École Polytechnique de Montréal because they were women. We remember:
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