PSAC’s legal challenge against Treasury Board’s regressive and discriminatory changes to 699 leave for federal public service workers is set to begin next week.
October 7 is the World Day for Decent Work – an annual day when trade unionists across the globe stand up for decent work. This year, in the midst of a global pandemic, the international labour movement is looking for a renewed commitment to a decent work agenda that takes care of all.
When the pandemic hit, front line staff with Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) – suddenly working from their homes – had to quickly adjust to a different world, one which left many of the veterans who
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PSAC has reached a tentative agreement that provides fair wages, no concessions, and improved working conditions for the 70,000 members of the PA group.
In our regular communication with the government, we have received the following notice regarding the recovery of salary overpayments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the Phoenix pay disaster hits the four year mark, PSAC members across Canada are holding public protests to increase pressure for government action. Their demands are simple:
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 federal government must halt its plan to move 4000 RCMP civilian members from their stable and well-functioning pay system over to the disastrous Phoenix pay system.
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.
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.
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