Passion and commitment were on the agenda at the Parks Canada Agency’s National Virtual Bargaining Conference, held from May 31 to June 2.
Information for PSAC members working at Parks Canada. For more information and the Collective Agreement, visit the national website.
699 leave: Hearing dates set for policy grievances
PSAC will defend the use of 699 leave for federal public service workers during the pandemic at adjudication hearings with the Federal Public Service Labour Relations Board August 30 to September 3, 2021.
Changes to federal public service staffing don’t go far enough
The Liberal government’s latest budget implementation bill includes some welcome but limited changes to staffing in the federal public service.
Have your say: input call for the cyclical review of the Travel Directive
As part of the National Joint Council (NJC) cyclical review, the Travel Directive will be revised in Fall 2021.
Negotiations begin to improve Public Service Health Care Plan
Facebook Facebook Facebook PSAC has kicked off negotiations with the employer to improve the Public Service Health Care Plan, which provides benefits to most federal public service workers and retirees.
Phoenix: Damages ruled taxable as Treasury Board refuses to cooperate
After months of waiting, CRA has rejected our request to review the taxability of Phoenix damages. This is directly due to Treasury Board’s refusal to provide CRA with a joint statement of facts.
Paid 698 leave available for federal employees getting vaccinated
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.
Parks & CFIA survey: You can shape the future of work in the public service
This next round of talks will be all about the future of work in the federal public service and you can help decide what your union…
Phoenix general damages: Did you receive the correct amount?
PSAC is deeply disappointed with the government’s decision to move ahead without a decision from CRA on taxability