membres non-actifs

17 Mai

PSAC continues to fight against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

On the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (May 17th), the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) joins in solidarity with LGBTQ2+ workers in the growing movement to eradicate discrimination.

The fight for LGBTQ2+ rights is far from over

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and two-spirit people continue to face discrimination and harassment at work and in their daily lives:

14 Mai

Les discussions se poursuivent entre l’AFPC et les OES

Tout juste deux semaines après la séance d’avril, les négociations se sont poursuivies entre l’AFPC et les OES du 8 au 10 mai, à Ottawa.

Nous avons présenté nos revendications salariales. Outre les augmentations de salaire, nous proposons une restructuration de la grille salariale et des rajustements au marché qui correspondent aux niveaux CR-03 et CR-05 de l’administration publique centrale.

14 Mai

Talks moving forward between PSAC and SSO

Just two weeks after our April session, our bargaining team met with the employer again in Ottawa from May 8 to 10, 2018, to continue bargaining.

Our team tabled our pay proposal that, in addition to percentage wage increases, includes proposals to restructure our pay grid and market wage adjustments in line with our CR 3 and CR 5 comparators in the core public service.

11 Mai

Réclamation des pertes financières liées à l’impôt sur le revenu : ce qu’il faut savoir

Phénix a eu des répercussions sur votre impôt en 2017? Bonne nouvelle : le Conseil du Trésor accepte désormais les réclamations liées aux pertes financières que cela a pu entraîner.

11 Mai

New financial losses covered by claims process: what you need to know

The Treasury Board claims process for Phoenix has recently been expanded to cover financial losses caused by Phoenix related tax implications for the 2017 tax year. PSAC encourages members to review the new eligibility, and file a claim if applicable.

10 Mai

Grievance resolved: Calculation of supervisory differential and inmate training differential

On September 6, 2013 the employer revised their methods of calculating the supervisory differential (SD) and inmate training differential (ITD) earned on acting assignments, causing employees to receive less money. The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) filed a policy grievance in response.

1 Mai

Débat sur la modification des Statuts

Les congressistes ont discuté des modifications proposées aux Statuts de l’AFPC, un document qui régit le fonctionnement du syndicat. Voici les changements adoptés :

1 Mai

Convention debates constitutional changes

Delegates focused their attention on proposed changes to PSAC’s Constitution which governs the overall functioning of the union. The following amendments were made:

27 Avril

Nouvelle convention collective pour les membres de l’AFPC à Parcs Canada

Les membres de l’Agence Parcs Canada ont conclu une nouvelle convention collective à l’issue de votes tenus dans les dernières semaines d’un bout à l’autre du pays.

27 Avril

Parks Canada members ratify collective agreement

Members working at Parks Canada Agency have ratified a new collective agreement in a series of votes held across the country during the past six weeks.

The four-year agreement expires on August 4, 2018. The new collective agreement includes an agreed-to definition of ‘family’, improved leave provisions, improved member protections and monetary compensation for members. You can see a full summary of the Parks Canada agreement here.

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