PSAC-UPCE is getting ready for the next round of bargaining for members working at Canada Post. As the first step in this process, we need to hear from you.
Treasury Board informed PSAC they will be making changes to the Program and Administrative Services Occupational Group Structure (OGS) review timeline and next steps due to their continued inability to meet the target date of June 24, 2024. Treasury Board is unable to provide a new target date at this time.
PSAC joins other Canadian unions, together representing more than two million workers, calling for the federal government to reinstate its funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) denounces yesterday’s arrest of Alex Silas, Regional Executive Vice-President for PSAC’s National Capital Region, at a picket line for striking Non-Public Funds (NPF) workers.
PSAC continues to call for an equitable seniority-based process to identify who could be laid off due to workforce adjustment (WFA) in the federal public service.
February is a time to celebrate, reflect upon, and honour the significant contributions of Canadians of Black, Caribbean and African descent.
January 27 marks the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps in 1945 by allied forces, where over 1 million innocent people were systematically murdered by the Nazi regime. This day has been designated since 2005 as International Holocaust Remembrance Day by the United Nations General Assembly.
As part of the collective agreement that PSAC negotiated during this round of bargaining for Parks Canada members, the $2,500 pensionable lump-sum payment will be issued to all eligible members on January 31, 2024.
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