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Workplace problem solving

This page contains news and information for Stewards and Local Representatives.

Download these commonly used forms.

PSAC grievance form -Shop stewards can use this form to file grievances on behalf of their members - download one here.

PSAC grievance transmittal form - Use this form to advance a grievance to the next stage - download one here.

PSAC stewards fact sheet - This fact sheet can be used to collect information on the issue or problem that a grievance seeks to address. This will help stewards ensure that the grievance process and timeframes have been respected - download one here.

August 5, 2016 - 1:50pm •
We recently received this via email from Sharon Bull (President of PSAC/USGE Local 20070, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, North District and member of the PSAC BC Mainland & Haida Gwaii Young Worker's Committee). We thought it well worth sharing.
August 4, 2016 - 1:41pm •
May 31, 2016 - 12:00am •
Grievance time lines are one of the most important elements of problem solving. If we miss the initial filing of a grievance or the transmittal of grievances between levels we shortchange one or more of our members. In order to avoid this happening we have updated and posted several grievance time line flowcharts, more will follow for other bargaining units.
May 18, 2016 - 1:43pm •
April 11, 2016 - 1:40pm •
Federal public service workers deserve to receive their salaries in a timely fashion. And they should not have to face delays or errors due the former Conservative government’s decision to consolidate payroll services. That is the message that Chris Aylward, PSAC’s National Executive Vice-President, delivered in a meeting with Public Services and Procurement Canada on April 7.
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January 6, 2016 - 9:54am •
PSAC produces a wide variety of toolkits, booklets and resource guides for activists and Locals. We have collected them here as a resource for members. If you would like a printed copy of any of these materials, contact your regional office or PSAC Representative. updated January 2016 with the Guide To Involving Young Workers (2016 revised version)
December 8, 2015 - 9:29am •
PSAC's "Stop workplace violence" content aims to raise awareness about workplace violence and bullying in the workplace. The following are concrete tools for workers and union leaders to identify and address workplace violence:

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Upcoming Workplace problem solving Events

East Fraser Valley Area Council meeting September 5, 2016 • Abbotsford
Grievance Handling September 10, 2016 • Abbotsford
Grievance Handling September 17, 2016 • Vancouver
Stewards Series Tier 1 October 15, 2016 • Prince Rupert
Talking Union Basics October 22, 2016 • Kamloops