As more than 140,000 PSAC members are still without new contracts or fair compensation for the Phoenix pay system disaster, the union has launched an ad campaign targeting the Prime Minister and new Treasury Board president, Jean-Yves Duclos.
The Labour Board has set March 30 and 31, 2020, for the Public Interest Commission (PIC) hearing.
PSAC had initially filed for a PIC in August, after talks with the CFIA reached impasse, but the employer responded by asking the Board to delay its creation. The Board considered this request but rejected it in late September.
Grievance timelines are one of the most important elements of problem solving. To avoid running the risk of missing an important grievance milestone, we have prepared some grievance time line flowcharts for many of the bargaining units we have in BC.
Last updated August 2019.
On June 12, the payday during National Public Service Week, PSAC members at worksites across BC took action to let the government know we want a fair deal at the bargaining table and we deserve a fair Phoenix settlement.
Lots more photos here at Facebook.
PSAC has been committed to achieving a new contract for our members in the PA, SV, TC, and EB groups that ensures fair economic increases, improves work-life balance, strengthens job security, and closes wage gaps with the private sector.