Unconscious bias and racist attitudes negatively impact the careers and mental health of racialized public service workers, and they also impact the quality and accessibility racialized Canadians have to public services.
February 8, 2022
February 8, 2022
Inflation is rapidly rising in Canada and all over the world, and workers are in trouble. Growing consumer demand, global supply chain disruptions, product shortages, and rising oil prices have all contributed to a spiralling cost of living.
February 4, 2022
As Canada continues to navigate the pandemic, the federal government should be a leader when it comes to offering better work-life balance to workers with remote work and the right to disconnect. But Treasury Board made it clear that they don’t recognize the need when the Common Issues bargaining table January 31 to February 3.
January 31, 2022
Nearly 75 per cent of PSAC members have been working remotely since the pandemic started, and more than 80 per cent want to continue having flexible work arrangements when the pandemic ends. What will our new normal look like? A lot depends on this round of bargaining with Treasury Board.
January 28, 2022
PSAC is gearing up to mobilize TC members and put pressure on Treasury Board after they refused to respond to the TC team’s wage proposals at the table January 24-27. The team presented their comprehensive wage proposals in November – three months ago – but Treasury Board continues to stall negotiations by coming to the table completely empty-handed.
January 27, 2022
We find ourselves at a pivotal turning point; we could fall back to the outdated Harper-era low-wage, greed-driven austerity policies that only benefit the wealthy, or Canada could embrace the just economic recovery Prime Minister Trudeau has been preaching – one that leaves nobody behind.
January 25, 2022
PSAC is renewing its call for mandatory training that would address systemic racism, harassment, and discrimination in the federal public service after Treasury Board outright rejected the proposal at the Common Issues bargaining table in December.
December 17, 2021
The cost of living is rising quickly across Canada, and PSAC members — and workers across the country — risk being left behind if we don’t negotiate wages that keep up with inflation. That’s why our common issues bargaining team is pushing for fair wage increases that keep up with rising costs for more than 110,000 PSAC members.
November 19, 2021
PSAC put forward a wage proposal for more than 110,000 federal public service workers that reflects skyrocketing inflation rates across Canada.
October 1, 2021
PSAC aims to negotiate fair collective agreements that recognize the way the pandemic has radically changed work in the federal public service.