On National Day of Mourning April 28, PSAC recognizes the exemplary work of PSAC members who saved countless lives defending the health and safety of workers during the pandemic.
In last week’s budget, the Government of Canada offered important incremental progress on a handful of equity issues but fails to allocate resources to get real work done.
As Treasury Board bargaining nears a breaking point, join our national panelists to discuss the latest bargaining news, why strong mobilization is more important than ever, and how other PSAC members have taken strike action to win important victories during the pandemic.
PSAC is in favour of all measures that support the mental health of our members and recognize the particular impact that ra
In the fall of 2021, the Public Service Pay Centre launched the recovery process for Phoenix overpayments for thousands of PSAC members they believe were overpaid by the Phoenix pay system in 2016.
News release by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, Employment and Social Development Canada, the Public Service Alliance of Canada, the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
I think the government should not lose sight of the fact that federal public service employees, who worked tirelessly through the pandemic, deserve pay raises that are adjusted to the cost of living.
Here’s a quick primer on how Treasury Board bargaining works, from getting input from you – the members – to leveraging our union’s strength at the table and securing a fair contract.
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.