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Alert: Collection agency calls on Phoenix payments not legitimate

PSAC members have told us that they are getting phone calls from third parties identifying themselves as collection agencies. The caller says they are collecting Phoenix payments on behalf of the government. These calls are not legitimate. Government not using collection agencies The government has confirmed they are not using …


Parks bargaining team tables wage proposal with Agency

Our bargaining team met with the Agency November 16 – 17. We tabled a wage proposal that calls for annual increases of 3% in each year of a three-year agreement. Other proposals tabled Proposal to return Parks Canada to the National Joint Council New language to enshrine Leave with Income …


PSAC continues to hold the government accountable on Phoenix

On November 16, the government provided an update on the Phoenix pay system. We learned that there are still a lot of problems to deal with. “Our priority remains getting public service workers paid correctly and on-time. Unfortunately, there is still a lot of work to be done,” said Chris …


Treasury Board bargaining: PSAC requests mediation

Contract negotiations have been ongoing for 10 days. While some progress has been achieved, there are still important issues of fairness and improving public services for Canadians that are yet to be resolved. PSAC has requested that a mediator be appointed and that talks resume within two weeks. PSAC and …


Treasury Board bargaining extended

Bargaining with Treasury Board continues for the PA, SV, EB, FB and TC groups. Our bargaining teams have been negotiating since last week, and the schedule for bargaining has been extended. PSAC remains focused on negotiating a contract which reflects fairness for public service workers and respect for the vital …


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