Applications due June 23, 2017
PSAC is facing a most difficult time. Our jobs and services endure daily attacks by the Conservative government. We need to protect union rights and strengthen solidarity.
Last week, Treasury Board announced they would begin a new Phoenix overpayment recovery process for a number of PSAC members they believe were overpaid by the Phoenix pay system in 2016 and 2017.
After a successful fight-back campaign against contracting out call centre jobs at Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), the Agency has brought these jobs back into the federal public service.
Post-doctoral scholars from PSAC locals across Canada came together to share why unions are so important for workers in the post-secondary education sector.
Over 150 PSAC women delegates gathered to share their experiences as women members, activists, and leaders during the 2021 PSAC National Women’s Conference September 23-26.
PSAC fully supports a federal vaccination policy to protect the health and safety of our members and the Canadians they serve. We know that increasing vaccination rates is the best and most reliable way to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our workplaces and our communities and encourage our members to be vaccinated.
The official designation of September 30 as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, unanimously supported by the House of Commons in May, is a necessary and encouraging step forward. The ongoing commemoration of the history and legacy of residential schools is a vital part of reconciliation.
The Operational Services (SV Group) continued bargaining with Treasury Board on September 21-23, 2021, discussing fair wages, improved working conditions and work-life balance.
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