Telework

July 12, 2024
As part of our ongoing fight to rescind the federal government’s arbitrary one-size-fits-none telework policy for federal public service workers, PSAC is now encouraging members impacted by the mandate to file individual grievances contesting their telework agreements.  
July 4, 2024
The Public Service Alliance of Canada’s National Board of Directors has made the decision to withdraw from the federal government’s meetings on the implementation of the Direction on prescribed presence in the workplace over a lack of real consultation and the government’s unilateral change to a three-day in-office mandate. 
June 25, 2024
More than 65,000 PSAC members have responded to PSAC’s survey, following Treasury Board’s decision to increase their telework mandate and require federal public service workers to be in-office a minimum of three days per week. 
June 20, 2024
The history of workers’ rights in Canada proves that, when it comes to creating the future of work, unions will inevitably be the ones turning the radical into the routine.
May 8, 2024
This week, PSAC joins 15 federal public service unions at the National Joint Council (NJC) in sending letters to NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and President of the Treasury Board Anita Anand to share our outrage with the federal government’s decision in-office mandate. The updated policy requires all federal public service workers in the core public administration and in separate agencies to work on-site a minimum of three days per week. 
May 3, 2024
On May 1, 2024, with blatant disregard for the wellbeing of its workers, Treasury Board announced that by September 9, federal public service workers will be required to be in-office a minimum of three days per week. Your experiences and perspectives are essential to shape the union’s strategy to fight back against the employer’s misguided and unilateral decision.
May 1, 2024
Today, with blatant disregard for the wellbeing of its workers, the government announced that come September, federal public service workers will be required to be in-office a minimum of three days per week.
April 29, 2024
PSAC cannot substantiate rumours circulating in the media this week that the federal government plans to increase its mandate to three days in the office per week for federal public service workers.
November 17, 2023
As part of the last round of negotiations for 155,000 federal public service workers, PSAC secured stronger remote work language that protects workers from arbitrary decisions from the employer.
July 11, 2023
The results of the 2022 Public Service Employee Survey show that – even seven years on – the effects of the Phoenix pay disaster still impact a significant number of federal public service workers.

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