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PSAC is facing a most difficult time. Our jobs and services endure daily attacks by the Conservative government. We need to protect union rights and strengthen solidarity.
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If you’re a PSAC member, most of your rights are set out in a collective agreement - a contract - negotiated between the union and your employer.
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PSAC has reached a tentative agreement for SV members that provides wage increases that prevent workers from falling further behind, closes wage gaps for our members, and improves job security.
After more than two years of negotiations and historic strike action by PSAC members across the country, our TC bargaining team reached a tentative agreement for more than 10,000 members in the Technical Services (TC) group under Treasury Board May 1.
On May 1, after more than two years of negotiations and historic strike action by PSAC members across the country, our EB bargaining team reached a tentative agreement for more than 1,100 members in the Education and Library Science (EB) group under Treasury Board. Our bargaining team unanimously recommends ratification of the new agreement.
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This government insists it cares about workers and building a strong public service. Yet for nearly two years, they’ve stalled and dragged out negotiations for our over 35,000 PSAC-UTE members, and denied us the fair wages and decent working conditions we deserve.
When returning to work after the Treasury Board strike ended on Monday, May 1, some PSAC members may have started later than their usual scheduled start time and some managers have raised this issue with them.
Bargaining is ongoing with the CRA. Parties met throughout the day and late into the night, with talks resuming early tomorrow morning. The parties do not have an agreement.
Now that Statistics Services Operations (SSO) members have formally signed a new collective bargaining agreement that is officially in effect as of the March 13 signing, we invite SSO members to attend townhall meetings to learn more about what is new in the agreement.
After nearly two years of bargaining leading to one of the largest strikes in Canadian history, PSAC has reached tentative agreements for the more than 120,000 Treasury Board workers who deliver critical services to Canadians.
Strike action continues across the country for 35,000 members at Canada Revenue Agency May 1 as negotiations resume with a new mandate from CRA to reach a fair contract.
As we reported Friday, negotiations for PSAC’s Treasury Board bargaining units resumed and carried on into the weekend.
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