For too many workers, harassment and violence are common on the job, especially for women, who are four times more likely to experience violence and harassment than their male colleagues.
The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified deep structural inequalities in our society: the increase in precarious work affecting youth, women and racialized workers; the lack of affordable housing and dr
When COVID-19 effectively shut down Canada last March, many of us thought the new and bizarre situation would be temporary. Almost a year later, it is clear there is no going back to the way things were. To address the extensive damage done by the pandemic, especially the suffering endured by those already vulnerable to harm because of deep pre-existing structural inequities, major reconstruction is what we need, not a repair job.
PSAC recently concluded a historical round of bargaining on behalf of 130,000 members in the federal public service and negotiated new agreements for members in many other sectors.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada applauds the BC government for making long overdue changes to British Columbia’s Employment Standards Act and the BC Labour Code that will make a real, positive difference to workers and their families across the province.
PSAC has produced a video and other campaign materials to draw attention to the special dangers faced by workers in precarious jobs, including those in term, contract or other forms of short-term a
In an unprecedented decision, the Labour Board ordered the CRA to pay the maximum compensation to its employee who suffered sexual harassment in the workplace.
Hundreds of members working at Service Canada have been given a new job description that will also mean retroactive pay for affected workers.
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