This morning, over 500?PSAC members rallied and blocked entry into two major federal government buildings in Ottawa as they expressed their mounting frustrations with Phoenix and urged the Trudeau government for more action. “We have told this government that if they do not make more progress in paying our members correctly, and compensate them for the massive impacts of this disaster, that we would escalate our actions. That’s why we’re here today.” said PSAC President Chris Aylward.
February 27, 2019
July 31, 2018
The Senate National Finance Committee has made a number of recommendations in its recent?report?on Phoenix. “The recommendations of the Senate Committee are not surprising. They reiterate what we already know: the government was negligent in the development and implementation of the new pay system – and hard-working federal public service workers paid the price,” said Chris Aylward, PSAC National President.
May 2, 2018
PSAC’s convention unanimously delivered a strong message to the federal government:?it must be held accountable for the profound and unacceptable injustices its employees?have been subjected to as a result of the Phoenix pay system. Delegates spoke of the personal hardships they have suffered and the impact on the?members who are working to provide accurate pay using a broken system. The policy statement reinforces PSAC’s commitment to
February 16, 2018
As the second anniversary of the launch of the?Phoenix?pay system approaches, 17 unions representing over 225,000 federal public service workers have sent a joint letter of demands to Prime Minister?Justin Trudeau. The unions are asking the Prime Minister to deliver a plan to work with federal government employees to rebuild a payroll system that will pay them accurately and on time – every time.
December 22, 2017
It’s unacceptable that federal public sector workers are facing their second holiday season with serious pay problems – many receiving no pay at all. Minister Qualtrough must take the necessary steps to end this nightmare for thousands of workers.
November 22, 2017
The Auditor General’s damning report on the Phoenix pay system echoes much of what the Public Service Alliance of Canada has been saying for more than two years. “PSAC told the government at every step that the problems were substantial and they needed to slow down until the problems were fixed. We told them the decision to lay off the compensation advisors was unconscionable,” said Robyn Benson, PSAC National President. “The government didn’t listen and our members have suffered as a result of this irresponsibility.”
October 27, 2017
There will be no impact on the amount of dues that members are currently paying.?
October 25, 2017
The Senate has expressed its intention to move its payroll out of the federal government pay system. PSAC will closely examine the RFP (Request for Proposal) but we are very concerned and sceptical that the Senate is looking to a private company to perform payroll. If the federal government were to contract out the work of public service workers, it would mean job losses for those affected by Phoenix and the very people struggling to make the pay system work.
October 5, 2017
A newly released consultant’s report validates concerns that were raised by PSAC in the lead up to the launch of the Phoenix pay system.
September 1, 2017
This year, employees must request the cash out. Treasury Board has issued an information bulletin to departments regarding the automatic cash out of compensatory leave. Departments are directed to temporarily change the process so that employees must request the cash out. If they do not ask for the cash out, the compensatory leave credits will remain in their leave bank and be useable until September 30, 2018.
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