On Thursday, March 15th, we received the Public Interest Commission (PIC) recommendation concerning our contract dispute with Treasury Board/CBSA. The PIC recommendation is non-binding.
PSAC, and the other unions representing federal public service workers, are negotiating damages with the government for the undue stress and hardships caused by the Phoenix pay system.
The wage dispute between the CRA and the PSAC-UTE has finally been put to an end following a Binding Conciliation Board decision reached March 14, 2018.
In response to pressure from PSAC, the federal government has finally agreed to halt recoveries of overpayments, emergency salary advances (ESA) and priority payments until employees’ pay files hav
The PSAC Negotiator for our FB group was contacted by Treasury Board and told that the employer has a new mandate. As a result, we are in the process of setting dates to return to the bargaining t
PSAC members of the Joint Committee on rates of pay for ED-EST 12 month teachers met in Ottawa to discuss and prepare a proposal that will be presented to Treasury Board in order to establish national rates of pay for 12 month teachers.
This International Women’s Day, PSAC is calling on the Liberal government to take real action to advance gender equality.
After months of stalling by the employer, a date has finally been set to begin arbitration for the PSAC dental plan. Our union and the employer will appear in front of an arbitrator on June 19, 2018. At that time, PSAC will present our arguments for improving the plan.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada supports the government’s intention to improve harassment complaint procedures, protect complainant confidentiality and – after 25 years – finally extend basic
Public Service Alliance of Canada members across Canada are taking action February 28 to mark the second anniversary of the disastrous Phoenix pay system.
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