The federal government must show they have learned the most important lesson of this pandemic in their 2021 budget – it is time to make real, lasting, and systemic change that will improve the lives of workers.
In preparation for the next round of bargaining, PSAC will be hosting virtual bargaining conferences for Parks Canada Agency and Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) workers.
For the first time in PSAC’s history, our union’s regional conventions are taking place virtually, and we’re now offering an online course to help members prepare.
As part of Black History Month 2021, PSAC organized a series of panel discussions that looked at the issues facing Black workers and to honor the contributions of Black labour activists in this cou
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PSAC members will receive their Phoenix general damages in one lump sum payment on March 3 with their regular pay and it will be taxed at source.
PSAC has been informed that the federal government plans to move forward with taxing Phoenix general damages on March 3rd and that they will not provide the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) w
Treasury Board has provided PSAC with a letter from CRA setting out its preliminary view that the general damages in the Phoenix settlement agreement are taxable.
The Public Service Pay Center has restarted its work to recover new overpayments caused by the Phoenix pay system.
In order to reduce the pressure on the Phoenix pay system and allow compensation advisors to focus on fixing outstanding pay issues, PSAC and Treasury Board have agreed to suspend the automatic cas
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.
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