As the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination begins to gain momentum, PSAC would like to remind our members working for the federal government that they can request paid 698 leave to attend their vaccination appointment.
Information and support for PSAC members.
PSAC and CIU call on provincial government to include CBSA in priority vaccination
Vancouver – The Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Customs and Immigration Union are calling on provincial health authorities to…
PSAC BC calls on provincial government to ensure workers can get a COVID-19 vaccine without losing pay
Any measures put in place must also extend to British Columbians who work under federal labour and employment legislation.
Your rights at work: Vaccinations and COVID-19 screening
As more Canadian workers become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines and some employers make plans for a gradual return to workplaces, it’s more important than ever to know your rights when it comes to mandatory vaccinations and COVID-19 testing.
COVID-19 and Women Survey Report
Happy International Women’s Day! Thank you to all the PSAC BC women who took part in the Winter 2020 survey, this…
International Women’s Day: Fighting for an equitable future
This International Women’s Day, PSAC recognizes the strength and resiliency of women each and every day.
699 leave: PSAC files additional policy grievances, human rights complaint
International Human Rights Day: Addressing the impacts of COVID-19 on marginalized communities
Survey: COVID-19 and Women
Women in leadership positions in PSAC BC have worked hard to create a COVID-19 and PSAC BC Women survey, which is designed…