Two more provinces—PEI and New Brunswick—have signed bilateral agreements with the federal government to expand and improve early learning and child care services.
Since July 24, PSAC/UCTE workers have been on strike to stop the Winnipeg Airports Authority from contracting out their employees’ work. They are on the line to protect their jobs.
Concerns have been raised over pay equity settlement payment calculations that were based on the number of hours worked and do not include paid leave, overtime rates, and designated paid holidays.
PSAC has negotiated a Memorandum of Understanding with Treasury Board to address recruitment and retention of compensation advisors.
Public Services and Procurement Canada has introduced a new guide to support trans employees. The new guidelines, which were developed in consultation with PSAC and other unions, are the first of their kind in the federal government.
The 2017 Public Service Employee Survey (PSES) was launched Monday and is being rolled out to departments this week. Members will have from Aug. 21 to Sept. 29, 2017, to complete the questionnaire.
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