PSAC has taken the first step to begin the next round of negotiations for more than 8,500 PSAC-CIU members in the FB group by serving Treasury Board with notice to bargain.
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Inflation is rapidly rising in Canada and all over the world, and workers are in trouble.
PSAC has renewed its fight for fair retirement benefits for both Border Services (FB) members and firefighters (FR) from the Union of National Defence Employees that would provide parity with other firefighters and the broader law enforcement community.
Members of the bargaining unit are encouraged to fill out the online form to provide the improvements and changes they would like to see made to the collective agreement.
PSAC-CIU members now have access to their newly negotiated contract terms following the official signing of the Border Services (FB) tentative agreement December 1.
Treasury Board has committed to signing the Border Services (FB) tentative agreement for PSAC-CIU members by December 1.
PSAC-CIU expects the new agreement for members in the Border Services (FB) group will be signed with Treasury Board in the next few weeks. Apart from wage increases, which are retroactive, new contract terms come into effect on the date of signing.
PSAC-CIU members in the Border Services (FB) bargaining unit have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the tentative agreement with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). The FB group represents over 8,500 CBSA employees who have been on the front lines of the pandemic since day one, protecting our borders and keeping Canadians safe.
The deadline to vote on the FB tentative agreement is less than one week away. FB members have until Thursday, September 23 at 12 p.m. EDT to cast their ballot.
FB members may now download the ratification kit — including full text of the tentative agreement — and the revised wage grid prior to participating in the online ratification process. The bargaining team unanimously recommends ratification of the new agreement.
Between September 7–23, PSAC-CIU members will have the opportunity to vote on the Border Services (FB) tentative agreement reached with the employer in August following nation-wide work-to-rule strike action.
Any questions you may have about the tentative agreement or ratification vote process can be answered at the virtual information sessions that will take place before you vote. However, to provide you with as much information as possible ahead of time, we have compiled key questions and answers for you.
The FB bargaining team secured a tentative agreement with CBSA and Treasury Board August 6 that makes CBSA a better, safer place to work.
After more than three years without a contract and unprecedented mobilization by FB members across Canada, the PSAC-CIU bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with Treasury Board and CBSA late Friday, August 6 following a 36-hour, round-the-clock, marathon negotiation session.
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