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Public Service Collective Agreements

The Government remains committed to reaching collective agreements with all outstanding bargaining units for this round of bargaining, including those represented by the CASP. For more information on collective bargaining in the core public administration, see Frequently Asked Questions – Collective Bargaining in the Core Public Administration and Definitions. OTTAWA, ON, July 10, 2020/NCCR / – In keeping with its commitment to fair agreements for both employees and Canadians, the Government of Canada reached a preliminary agreement on July 9, 2020 with Canada`s largest public service union, the Public Services Alliance of Canada (PSAC). If ratified, the Canadian government will have reached agreements covering nearly 60 per cent of public officials for this round of negotiations. The information on this website relates to public service employees for whom the Board of Directors is the employer. „I am pleased that PA employees, many of whom have supported important services to Canadians during the pandemic, have reached a new preliminary agreement and that all employees represented by PSAC are receiving compensation for the burden the Phoenix pay system had on their lives. This is proof of our commitment to reaching fair and equitable agreements taking into account the current economic and fiscal environment. At the same time, the government also reached a preliminary agreement with the PSAC to compensate employees for damages caused by Phoenix`s wage system and the late transposition of the 2014 collective agreements. If approved, this compensation agreement will apply to the 140,000 VIP members who will be paid through Phoenix`s compensation system. Training Participate in special online training on different aspects of the new collective agreement. Register now The AV, NR, RE, SH, SP, NRC (LS, IR, RO-RCO, TR), CRA (AFS), OSFI, CNSC (NUREG), NEB and NFB groups have negotiated and ratified new collective agreements.

Some groups continue their important work at the negotiating table. We stand in solidarity for a fair agreement for each MEMBER of the CSPIP. The sector also manages the collective bargaining process, develops bargaining strategies and provides interpretations and advice on collective bargaining and collective agreements for personnel services in the services and agencies of the core public administration. The Labour Clearing and Relations (CLR) sector of the Board of Directors of Canada is responsible for all collective bargaining and bargaining within the core public administration, which includes all departments and agencies listed in Schedule I and Schedule IV of the Financial Management Act. On behalf of the employer, the Board of Directors of Canada, CLR, renews twenty-seven (27) collective agreements by negotiating with fifteen (15) negotiators. . . .