SV group

SV bargaining team

SV bargaining team
Front Row (left to right): Brenda Shillington, Michelle Hambly, Laurie Ann Wesselby, Pierre-Samuel Proulx
Back Row (left to right): Michel Maheux, Daniel Robitaille, Marcelo Lazaro, Serge Desbiens, Bill Ryan, Brent McInnis, Nestor Galarnyk

 

Bargaining proposals

SV group table-specific bargaining proposals

Click here for both a summary and full text of the SV group's table-specific bargaining proposals.

Common Issues Proposals

summary of the major demands put forward at the common issues bargaining table, which are proposals that encompass the needs of all federal public service workers employed by the Treasury Board. (PA, SV, TC, and EB only)

Treasury Board bargaining updates

To help SV members interpret the significance of the data collected, PSAC research staff have prepared this report, entitled SV Compensation Survey 2015: The PSAC’s analysis of the results. Since the HayGroup report only reflects raw data collected from outside employers, it is this PSAC report which we expect will be of greatest interest to members looking for an interpretation of the survey results, and how the results will be used in bargaining.

Collective agreement

Expiry date:
August 4, 2018
Unit description:
This group includes employees responsible for the operation of federal buildings and services, including firefighters, tradesworkers, storespeople, cooks and hospital workers, lightkeepers and ships' crews.
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Updates

May 3, 2019
PSAC’s bargaining teams are declaring impasse after the Liberal government failed to make substantial progress towards a new contract.
April 26, 2019

After more than ten months of bargaining defined by delays, insulting offers and frustratingly slow progress towards a fair contract, PSAC’s bargaining teams are giving the government one last chance at the negotiating table.

April 12, 2019

We’ve been at the table with Treasury Board for nine months – and frankly – time is running out.

March 27, 2019

PSAC only saw small movement from the government despite a rapidly closing window for Prime Minister Trudeau to deliver on his commitment to public service workers.

March 15, 2019

The clock is ticking for the Trudeau Liberals as PSAC’s four bargaining teams representing 90,000 workers covered by Treasury Board resume negotiations with the government between March 19 and 21.

February 19, 2019

PSAC bargaining teams representing 90,000 members finally received some responses to the union’s proposals this past week.

February 8, 2019

PSAC will be resuming face-to-face bargaining sessions from February 12 to14 on behalf of the 90,000 federal public service workers covered by Treasury Board bargaining.

January 31, 2019

PSAC will be ramping up pressure on Treasury Board so that it returns to the bargaining table with a proper and full response to the members’ bargaining proposals.

December 10, 2018

The Liberal government tabled a series of offensive counter-proposals in the latest talks between the Union and Treasury Board.

November 28, 2018

Government moves from delays to insults in major round of bargaining with PSAC

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