PSAC has launched a national campaign to highlight the remarkable commitment of federal public...
PSAC has launched a national campaign to highlight the remarkable commitment of federal public service workers who continue to provide critical services to Canadians, despite more than two years of Phoenix pay problems.
Despite numerous delays by the employer, the collective agreement for members working at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has been signed by both parties and will be printed and shared wi
A report that looked at how asylum claims are being processed fails to properly address issues of backlogs and workload at the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB).
As Treasury Board bargaining resumed this week, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) responded to the employer’s proposals with a clear mandate for improvements to working conditions.
Federal public service workers suffering from Phoenix are finally receiving better service now that the contracted-out call centre has transitioned to one fully staffed by federal public service employees.
These days, fewer and fewer jobs offer any sort of retirement plan – leaving more people feeling insecure and worrying about their futures. Shouldn’t government be building back retirement security for hard working Canadians?
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