In keeping with recommendations from both local and national health authorities, the union has made the difficult decision to suspend activities that would require a large gathering of members.
Aside from compensation for Phoenix damages, the impact of the Phoenix pay system is a central bargaining issue for each of PSAC’s federal public service bargaining units.
The government will need to offer PSAC members more Phoenix compensation and higher wage increases if they hope to reach a
The federal government has announced the expansion of the Phoenix expense claims process to include an additional element to accept claims for severe financial hardship.
PSAC has now received the Public Interest Commission’s (PIC) recommendations on issues that are specific to the Education and Library Science (EB) group.
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.
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.
The Public Interest Commission (PIC) hearings for the Program and Administrative Services (PA) and common issues tables wrapped up this weekend.
As more than 140,000 PSAC members are still without new contracts or fair compensation for the Phoenix pay system disaster, the union has launched an ad campaign.
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