Statistical Survey Operations

SSO Bargaining Team members

Erin Sirett (negotiator), Claude André Leduc, Anna Goldfeld, Alice Vallée, Shalane Rooney, Mary Anne Walker and Linda Woods. Biographical Notes

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Field Survey Interviewers – The over 700 members in this unit work for Statistics Canada collecting information for national surveys. The data they collect is used to provide national statistics on a wide range of issues, such as the labour force, unemployment, and consumer expenditures. Field interviewers work directly with interview subjects, and work out of their own home.

Regional Office Interviewers  – The members of this unit of approximately 500 members work in Statistics Canada offices around the country collecting information for national surveys.  They are responsible largely for telephone interviews which collect the raw data that is subsequently used to provide statistics on everything from literacy to consumer expenditures. 

Updates

April 17, 2015

The new provisions of the arbitral award related to severance for retirement or resignation will require all SSO bargaining unit members (both the RO and FI units) to make an important decision in the coming year.

April 17, 2015

The arbitration decisions for the Regional Officer bargaining unit were released on March 30, 2015. The attached document provides the summary of changes to the collective agreement.

April 17, 2015

The arbitration decisions for the Field Interviewer bargaining unit were released March 30, 2015. The attached document provides the summary of changes to the collective agreement.

November 25, 2014

PSAC members at Statistical Survey Operations told their employer and the Harper government that they want a fair collective agreement now.

October 7, 2014

Court challenge over Public Service Labour Relations Board ruling to be heard Wednesday, October 8.

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