The cost of living is rising quickly across Canada, and PSAC members — and workers across the country — risk being left behind if we don’t negotiate wages that keep up with inflation. That’s why our common issues bargaining team is pushing for fair wage increases that keep up with rising costs for more than 110,000 PSAC members.
The class action lawsuit against the federal government by current and former Black employees has reached another milestone with certification hearing dates set for September 21-23, 2022.
PSAC and UNDE are optimistic the government will make a genuine, concerted effort to right the wrongs of decades of sexual harassment, abuse and workplace harassment at the Department of National D
The PSAC-UTE bargaining team met to review their proposals and discuss priorities in preparation for bargaining with the Canada Revenue Agency. The team will have a complete package ready to present when negotiations begin on January 11, 2022.
Each year on December 10, we celebrate the adoption of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a ground-breaking document recognizing that “all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.”
73 years later, the fight for human rights is far from over, and Canada continues to fall short. Indigenous, Black, racialized, LGBTQ2+ communities, women, gender-diverse people, and people with disabilities continue to experience human rights violations.
PSAC and Treasury Board have reached an agreement to lift the moratorium on the automatic cash-out of vacation and compensatory leave for the PA, TC, EB, SV and FB groups.
A new campaign from the Nunavut Employees Union and PSAC calls on the territory’s largest employer to support more than 4,000 public service workers by providing stable jobs, fair wages, and a northern allowance that keeps up with rising costs.
On December 6, 1989, 14 young women were killed at l’École Polytechnique in Montreal simply for being women.