The PSAC-UTE bargaining team discussed key bargaining priorities including hours of work and remote work during negotiations with Canada Revenue Agency March 28-30.
PSAC is urging the federal government to focus on strong public services in its 2022 budget to build a more resilient economy that puts people first.
Join PSAC members from across the country for our national panel on fair wages. This round of bargaining is critical as we negotiate wages for over 165,000 PSAC members to keep up with skyrocketing rates of inflation.
PSAC welcomes the historic agreement reached between the Liberals and the NDP which will help millions of Canadians and prevent workers from falling further behind.
A new transaction between private long-term care providers Revera and Extendicare merely shuffles the board rather than solving the crisis in private long-term care homes that has led to thousands