As more than 140,000 PSAC members are still without new contracts or fair compensation for the Phoenix pay system disaster, the union has launched an ad campaign.
After unrelenting pressure, including legal action by PSAC, the government has finally completed the implementation of past collective agreements for all Treasury Board (TB) workers.
Canadians said no to Andrew Scheer, and that is good news for public service workers and the millions who depend on important services from the federal government.
Negotiations for new collective agreements for most members began over a year ago, but the government has repeatedly refused our reasonable proposals for a just settlement.
“Just months away from an election, the federal government is trying to sow divisions within the federal public service after refusing to provide fair compensation for Phoenix damages to almost 60% of their unionized workers – the PSAC membership.
The Trudeau government has refused to renew an incentive package for the recruitment and retention of federal compensation advisors.
This year's National Public Service Week is happening while 140,000 PSAC members are fighting to reach fair collective agreements and proper compensation for the Phoenix disaster.
The Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) released a report on the inevitable expenses associated with stabilizing, and ultimately replacing, the broken Phoenix pay system.
As part of ongoing efforts to replace the Phoenix pay system, the federal government is delivering a Digital User Expo until April 30, 2019
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