As bargaining heats up this winter for 120,000 federal public service workers, it can be easy to forget why we should pay attention to this round of negotiations.
In the summer of 1984, four PSAC members fought for the right to be politically active as federal public service workers, paving the way for the stronger, more engaged unions we have today.
The class action lawsuit against the Canadian federal government alleging systemic discrimination in its hiring and promotional practices continues to gain momentum as more current and former emplo
During a typical organizing campaign, you might find Alex Bailey walking through a university campus to meet with workers or to sit down for a chat over coffee with potential members about the bene
To build truly diverse and inclusive workplaces, we need to rethink how we hire and promote workers to create a staffing process that’s inherently free of biases and systemic barriers.
Systemic racial inequities persist in our society and there is no question that many of our institutions, including the Public Service Alliance of Canada, are built on systems that are inherently r
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