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For several years, the Phoenix payroll system has not only disrupted our members’ pay, but it has also been collecting incorrect amounts of membership dues. Nearly 150,000 workers have been affected by this issue. After a lengthy delay, the government has brought changes to its system that allow for the correct amount in dues to be paid. PSAC members will begin to see the correct amount on their paycheques starting November 14th. For more information, here are some Frequently Asked Questions on Phoenix and Union Dues.

For several years, the Phoenix payroll system has not only disrupted our members’ pay, but it has also been collecting incorrect amounts of membership dues. Nearly 150,000 workers have been affected by this issue. After a lengthy delay, the government has brought changes to its system that allow for the correct amount in dues to be paid. PSAC members will begin to see the correct amount on their paycheques starting November 14th. For more information, here are some Frequently Asked Questions on Phoenix and Union Dues.

The Phoenix pay system has been a disaster for our members. Members have been underpaid, overpaid and not paid at all. Learn more about what the union has been doing to get this fixed.

Not deducting union dues correctly is one more way that Phoenix has failed public sector workers. You can help us push the government to pay public sector workers correctly, every pay day.

PSAC’s Social Justice Fund recently made a contribution of $10,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to support their ongoing work with individuals and families impacted by the 2018 BC fires.

PSAC Social Justice Fund invites members to participate in the next “Education In Action” project in Guatemala for 2 weeks in March 2019.

Education In Action is supported by the PSAC Social Justice Fund to engage members and other Canadians to deepen their understanding of Guatemala and to build solidarity with Mayan communities in Guatemala.

The PSAC Social Justice Fund is offering a sponsorship to four Young Workers for the 2019 delegation. More information is provided about the project in the invitation below.

After lengthy negotiations and an arbitration process, PSAC has won a major victory for the Public Service Dental Care Plan, which will result in substantial improvements for your coverage.

“The government dragged this process out by trying to get us to accept reduced coverage for our members,” said Chris Aylward, National President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. “But our position has always been that our members deserve better, and I’m very pleased that the arbitration panel agreed with us.”

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