The latest annual report on the federal public service notes the failure of the Phoenix pay system as one of the biggest challenges that faced the public service last year.
Our bargaining team met with SSO during the week of May 1. The team started the week in caucus, where we had planned to review SSO’s proposals, but unfortunately the documents provided by our employer contained many errors and lacked clarity.
With the flood situation in many regions of Ontario and Quebec, the top priority is the safety and security of employees and those in the affected communities.
After pressure from PSAC, the government agreed to compensate federal public service employees, with tax problems caused by the Phoenix pay system, for up to $200 per year of tax advisory services.
The Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat issued the following statement in response to flooding in the National Capital Region.
We tabled a pay proposal to mirror what was achieved at the core public administration. This includes market and wage adjustments, grid restructuring and harmonization.
PSAC National President Robyn Benson and National Executive Vice President Chris Aylward attended a meeting with senior government officials regarding Phoenix
PSAC’s 2017 National Equity Conference was held last March in Toronto, where delegates from five equity groups held workshops, passed resolution and elected delegates to PSAC’s Triennial Convention.
Here are some photos from the event.
For more photos from the conference, please visit our Flickr gallery.
The court obliged the government to provide better access to help for Phoenix affected employees on disability, maternity, and parental leave.
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Robyn Benson, National president
Chris Aylward, Executive Vice-President