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Vancouver – On the last day of National Public Service Week, federal public service workers will gather in Vancouver to rally and call on Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board, to make fixing the disastrous Phoenix pay system his priority.

The Phoenix payroll system used by the federal government has been riddled with problems since it was rolled out in early 2016. Tens of thousands of workers have been under-paid, paid late, or in some cases not paid at all.

Tell Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board, to make fixing Phoenix his priority. Please send the letter below. You can also include your personal comments.

Robyn Benson, National President of PSAC, has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, asking him to address the delay on the government’s part in signing four collective agreements.

The latest update on Phoenix, shows a large remaining backlog of cases. Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) provided the latest information on the public service pay system in a media teleconference on June 2.

“We are not surprised,” said Robyn Benson, PSAC National President. “It’s been almost 18 months since the government launched Phoenix and it feels like we are nowhere near the end of this mess.”

At a time when good pensions are slipping further and further out of reach, shouldn’t the government and employers be building back retirement security for hard working Canadians?

Join us in standing up against attempts by employers and the federal government to strip workers of secure pensions.

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