Applications due June 23, 2017
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.
The Public Interest Commission (PIC) hearing conducted by the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board for the SV group was held on November 28-30, as well as on December 8.
The federal government’s blanket hybrid work plan tramples on workers’ collective bargaining rights and forces a flawed one-size-fits-all approach on a diverse and evolving public service.
During the first day of mediation, the PSAC-UTE bargaining team had no choice but to break off talks with Canada Revenue Agency over their refusal to budge on our remote work proposal, a key issue for members at the table this round.
The government’s legislation to implement their fall economic statement contains welcome measures to provide financial relief to post-secondary students and to begin addressing Canada’s housing cri
Your bargaining team is in a critical round of bargaining for thousands of PSAC members at Parks Canada. Our message to the employer is clear: with the soaring cost of living, urgency for better work-life balance, and the need for more diverse and inclusive workplaces, our members need a fair deal now.
Following reports of Treasury Board's plan to unilaterally change telework agreements, the FB bargaining team used their December 13-15 bargaining dates to remind the employer that modifying working conditions without union consent while in negotiations is prohibited under federal legislation.
Despite a week of denials, Treasury Board announced today it would unilaterally impose a restrictive hybrid work policy for all federal public service workers in the core administration.
The Public Interest Commission (PIC) hearing conducted by the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board for the TC group was held on December 9. The bargaining team and employer both presented their positions and are now awaiting a decision from the PIC.
The Parks Canada bargaining team met with the employer for our third three-day session November 22-24. The team came prepared with a clear mandate from members to discuss more than 40 proposals to advance a clear mandate to improve conditions for workers.
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