PSAC’s bargaining team is busy preparing its submission to the Public Interest Commission on behalf of CFIA workers.
The FB bargaining team continued their push to make Canada Border Services Agency a better place to work during talks with Treasury Board/CBSA the week of January 20, but the employer still refuses
On January 20, CRA management presented its bargaining proposals at a PIC hearing, reaffirming its push for regressive changes to the collective agreement and its rejection of union proposals.
Last week, mediation between Treasury Board and PSAC ended without a tentative agreement as government representatives refused to make progress on PSAC’s key demands.
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
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