PSAC dues are based on the political structure of the union. All members belong to a local, which may have a local dues rate (adopted at its Annual General Meeting). All locals – except for Directly Chartered Locals (DCLs) – are affiliated with a component, which has a dues rate that is adopted at the component’s Triennial Convention. And finally, each component is affiliated with PSAC, which has a rate that is adopted at the National Triennial Convention. All dues rates are democratically decided.
February 7, 2019
October 9, 2018
October 9, 2018
The Phoenix pay system has been a disaster for our members. Members have been underpaid, overpaid and not paid at all. Learn more about what the union has been doing to get this fixed. Not deducting union dues correctly is one more way that Phoenix has failed public sector workers. You can help us push the government to pay public sector workers correctly, every pay day.
October 27, 2017
There will be no impact on the amount of dues that members are currently paying.
June 7, 2017
Due to a Phoenix pay system problem, members who ought to be in good standing have been rendered not in good standing because their dues have abruptly stopped (despite their continued employment). Unfortunately, it is impossible for Membership Administration to determine if dues have stopped due to a Phoenix glitch or if the member is on leave, retired, etc.
July 24, 2013
Every three years, PSAC members review the union's financial situation at a national convention and adopt a three-year budget. They also debate and adopt resolutions directing the future activities of PSAC. At the 2015 convention, delegates adopted a budget to fund programs and services for members and support members’ participation in our union. They also agreed to some resolutions that increase members’ dues to provide support to a number of initiatives, including:
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