โปรโมชั่นเกมยิงปลา_วิเคาระห์บอล_โปรโมชั่นคาสิโน https://www.google.com//352/topics/family-care en Conciliation travail et r?le d¡¯aidant : quelles cons¨¦quences? https://www.google.com//352/node/6628 <div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><p>Selon une enqu¨ºte nationale sur la conciliation des r?les d¡¯employ¨¦, de parent et d¡¯aidant, le stress li¨¦ ¨¤ la prestation de soins aux proches a des r¨¦percussions sur les travailleurs. Plus de 3300?employ¨¦s canadiens ont particip¨¦ ¨¤ l¡¯enqu¨ºte men¨¦e en 2015-2016. L¡¯AFPC a en fait la promotion sur son site Web et de nombreux membres de l¡¯AFPC se sont pr¨ºt¨¦s au jeu.</p> <h3><strong>Prendre soin d¡¯un membre de la famille peut ¨ºtre ¨¦crasant</strong></h3> <p>L¡¯enqu¨ºte ¨¦tait centr¨¦e sur les personnes qui travaillent et prennent soin des a?n¨¦s, des enfants ou les deux.</p> <p>Voici ce qu¡¯il en est ressorti?:</p> <ul><li>Les parents et les aidants sont surcharg¨¦s en raison de leurs responsabilit¨¦s li¨¦es au travail, ¨¤ la famille et ¨¤ la prestation de soins aux proches.</li> <li>Les participants passent de longues heures au bureau et nombre d¡¯entre eux ram¨¨nent du travail ¨¤ la maison le soir.</li> <li>Les participants passent en moyenne pr¨¨s de 23?heures par semaine ¨¤ s¡¯occuper des personnes ¨¤ charge.</li> <li>De nombreux participants font ¨¦tat de niveaux ¨¦lev¨¦s de stress (70?%), d¡¯humeur d¨¦pressive (50?%).</li> <li>Les participants sont d¡¯avis que leur sant¨¦ physique est ¨¦galement touch¨¦e.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Les r¨¦percussions sur le travail</strong></h3> <p>L¡¯enqu¨ºte r¨¦v¨¨le que les responsabilit¨¦s li¨¦es au r?le d¡¯aidant ont un ¨¦norme impact sur la vie professionnelle.</p> <ul><li>Pr¨¨s d¡¯un participant sur quatre a d¨¦clar¨¦ avoir song¨¦, au moins une fois par semaine, ¨¤ quitter son emploi.</li> <li>Les soins aux a?n¨¦s sont la cause des taux plus ¨¦lev¨¦s d¡¯absent¨¦isme au travail.</li> </ul><p>Il ressort clairement de cette ¨¦tude que la conciliation travail - vie personnelle peut entra?ner un certain nombre de cons¨¦quences n¨¦gatives pour l¡¯employeur, notamment une r¨¦duction de la productivit¨¦, un taux d¡¯absent¨¦isme plus ¨¦lev¨¦ et une r¨¦duction des heures de travail. Il est donc ¨¦vident que les employeurs b¨¦n¨¦ficieraient tout autant que les employ¨¦s de politiques et d¡¯avantages sociaux ax¨¦s sur les aidants.</p> <h3><strong>Les travailleuses et travailleurs ont besoin du soutien des employeurs</strong></h3> <p>Les participants devaient se prononcer sur les types d¡¯avantages et de politiques qu¡¯ils trouvent utiles.</p> <p>Voici les plus efficaces, selon les r¨¦sultats?:</p> <ul><li>Les avantages adapt¨¦s ¨¤ la vie familiale tels que des horaires de travail flexibles, des cong¨¦s personnels ¨¤ court terme pay¨¦s et des cong¨¦s compensatoires ¨¦quivalents aux heures suppl¨¦mentaires effectu¨¦es.</li> <li>Des politiques officielles qui tiennent compte des enjeux li¨¦s ¨¤ la prestation de soins.</li> <li>Des services d¡¯aiguillage en mati¨¨re de soins aux a?n¨¦s aux proches.</li> </ul><p>Le travail flexible est l¡¯avantage le plus pris¨¦ parmi les participants.</p> <p>Ce sujet demeure une priorit¨¦ de l¡¯AFPC pendant les n¨¦gociations, et les r¨¦sultats de cette enqu¨ºte appuieront notre cause pour des dispositions plus souples et plus favorables ¨¤ la famille dans les conventions collectives. L¡¯AFPC poursuit ¨¦galement sa campagne pour un programme de services de garde d¡¯enfants abordable, accessible et dot¨¦ de ressources ad¨¦quates, lequel offrira des choix de services de garde plus fiables aux parents qui travaillent.</p> <h3><strong>Contexte</strong></h3> <p>L¡¯enqu¨ºte nationale sur la conciliation des r?les d¡¯employ¨¦, de parent et d¡¯aidant est une ¨¦tude men¨¦e par Linda?Duxbury au nom du Consortium canadien en neurod¨¦g¨¦n¨¦rescence associ¨¦e au vieillissement (CCNV). Professeure ¨¤ l¡¯¨¦cole de commerce Sprott de l¡¯Universit¨¦ Carleton, Linda?Duxbury est une sp¨¦cialiste canadienne des questions de conciliation travail-vie personnelle.</p> <p>Le sondage s¡¯adressait ¨¤ tous les aidants qui travaillent. L¡¯¨¦tude avait pour but de mettre en relief les d¨¦fis que doivent relever les employ¨¦s-aidants et de justifier des changements aux conditions actuelles. Ces renseignements permettront ¨¤ l¡¯AFPC de mieux d¨¦fendre les int¨¦r¨ºts des employ¨¦s-aidants.</p> <p>?</p> </div> </div> </div> <section class="field field-name-field-topics field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Topics:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/bargaining">Bargaining</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/psac-child-care-campaign">Child care</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/topics/family-care">Family Care</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-publisher field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Publisher:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/publisher/communications-and-political-action">Communications and Political Action</a></li></ul></section> Wed, 21 Mar 2018 18:56:12 +0000 pilona 6628 at/352 Caregiving survey shows impact of work-life conflict https://www.google.com//352/caregiving-survey-shows-impact-work-life-conflict <div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><p>A recent report on the results of the National Survey on Balancing Work, Family and Caregiving shows the impact of caregiving stress on workers. Over 3300 employed Canadians participated in the survey, which was conducted in 2015-16. PSAC promoted the survey on its website and many PSAC members participated.</p> <h3><strong>Caregiving responsibilities can be overwhelming</strong></h3> <p>The survey centered on the experiences of people who are in paid employment and have eldercare and/or childcare responsibilities.</p> <p>The study found:</p> <ul><li>Parents and caregivers are overloaded with demands imposed by work, family and caregiving</li> <li>Respondents spend long hours at work and many take work home in the evening</li> <li>Respondents on average spend nearly 23 hours per week caring for dependents</li> <li>Many respondents report high levels of stress (70%) and depressed mood (50%)</li> <li>There was also an impact on their physical health</li> </ul><h3><strong>Impacts on work</strong></h3> <p>The survey shows that the caregiving responsibilities of those surveyed had a large impact on their working lives. For example:</p> <ul><li>Almost one in four reported thinking about leaving their current job once a week or more</li> <li>Eldercare was associated with higher levels of absenteeism from work</li> </ul><p>It is clear from this study that work-life conflict can have a number of negative consequences for employers, such as reduced productivity, higher absenteeism, and reduced work hours. This means, policies and benefits that support caregivers are in the best interest of both employees and employers.</p> <h3><strong>Workers need flexibility </strong></h3> <p>The respondents were asked what kinds of benefits and policies at work they find helpful.</p> <p>The results show that the most effective workplace policies and benefits are:</p> <ul><li>Family-friendly benefits, such as flexible work hours, paid short-term personal leave, and time off in lieu of overtime pay</li> <li>Formal organizational policies that address issues associated with caregiving</li> <li>Eldercare referral services</li> </ul><p>Flexible work arrangements were the most valued benefit: many respondents reported that flexible work arrangements helped them cope a lot.?</p> <p>PSAC continues to make this issue a priority in bargaining and these study results will help support our case for more family-friendly and flexible provisions in collective agreements. We are also continuing our campaign for affordable, accessible, and adequately resourced child care program, which will mean more reliable child care options for working parents.</p> <h3><strong>Background</strong></h3> <p>The National Survey on Balancing Work, Family and Caregiving was undertaken by Dr. Linda Duxbury on behalf of the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA). Dr. Duxbury, a professor at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University in Ottawa, is a Canadian expert in the field of work-life balance.</p> <p>This was a nation-wide survey of employed caregivers.? The goal of the study was to increase awareness of the challenges faced by those who combine work and caregiving, and make a business case for change. This information will help PSAC as we advocate for these issues.</p> </div> </div> </div> <section class="field field-name-field-topics field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Topics:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/bargaining">Bargaining</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/psac-child-care-campaign">Child care</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/topics/family-care">Family Care</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-publisher field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Publisher:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/publisher/communications-and-political-action">Communications and Political Action</a></li></ul></section> Wed, 21 Mar 2018 18:49:26 +0000 pilona 6627 at/352 Affaire Johnstone : La Cour d¡¯appel f¨¦d¨¦rale d¨¦boute l¡¯ASFC https://www.google.com//352/node/5324 <div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><p>Bonne nouvelle pour les membres de l¡¯AFPC?: la Cour f¨¦d¨¦rale d¡¯appel a maintenu, ¨¤ l¡¯unanimit¨¦, la d¨¦cision sans pr¨¦c¨¦dent rendue par le <strong><a href="http://decisions.chrt-tcdp.gc.ca/chrt-tcdp/decisions/fr/item/6537/index.do">Tribunal canadien des droits de la personne </a></strong>en 2010. ¨¤ l¡¯¨¦poque, le Tribunal avait d¨¦clar¨¦ que l¡¯ASFC avait fait preuve de discrimination ¨¤ l¡¯endroit de Fiona Johnstone,?une membre de l¡¯AFPC, en raison de sa situation familiale.</p> <p>Mme Johnstone travaillait comme agente des services frontaliers ¨¤ l¡¯ASFC. Elle avait port¨¦ plainte contre son employeur qui refusait de lui attribuer des quarts de travail fixes, une mesure qui lui aurait permis de trouver des services de garde ad¨¦quats. Selon l¡¯employeur, rien dans la Loi canadienne sur les droits de la personne ne l¡¯obligeait ¨¤ accommoder le choix de Mme Johnstone d¡¯¨ºtre un parent.</p> <p>L¡¯AFPC a soutenu Mme Johnstone durant toute cette longue bataille devant le Tribunal et la <strong><a href="http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/fr/item/61848/index.do">Cour f¨¦d¨¦rale</a></strong>.</p> <p>En maintenant la d¨¦cision du Tribunal, la Cour d¡¯appel a rejet¨¦ l¡¯interpr¨¦tation restreinte que le gouvernement donnait ¨¤ l¡¯expression ??accommodement li¨¦ ¨¤ la situation familiale??. La Cour a ainsi confirm¨¦ que la Loi sur les droits de la personne doit ¨ºtre interpr¨¦t¨¦e de mani¨¨re large et lib¨¦rale et que la situation familiale englobe les services de garde et d¡¯autres obligations parentales.</p> <p>Selon la Cour, il n¡¯existe pas de hi¨¦rarchie des droits. Prouver qu¡¯il y a discrimination fond¨¦e sur la situation familiale ne devrait pas ¨ºtre plus difficile ¨¤ prouver qu¡¯il y a discrimination pour quelque autre motif que ce soit. Voici ce que doivent plut?t faire les employeurs?: ¨¦tudier chaque cas individuellement afin de r¨¦pondre aux besoins de la personne directement concern¨¦e.</p> <p>L¡¯AFPC tient ¨¤ f¨¦liciter Mme Johnstone pour cette belle victoire. Cette d¨¦cision, la conclusion d¡¯une longue saga judiciaire, cr¨¦e un pr¨¦c¨¦dent qui b¨¦n¨¦ficiera ¨¤ l¡¯ensemble des travailleuses et travailleurs canadiens.</p> <p>L¡¯AFPC souligne aussi l¡¯importance de cette victoire pour les familles canadiennes.</p> </div> </div> </div> <section class="field field-name-field-topics field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Topics:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/topics/duty-accommodate">Duty to accommodate</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/topics/human-rights">Human rights</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/topics/family-care">Family Care</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/topics/federal-government">Federal government</a></li></ul></section> Wed, 19 Oct 2016 16:48:20 +0000 pilona 5324 at/352 Federal Court of Appeal rules CBSA discriminated against PSAC member Fiona Johnstone by failing to accommodate her family obligations https://www.google.com//352/federal-court-appeal-rules-cbsa-discriminated <div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><p>PSAC is pleased to report that the Federal Court of Appeal has today unanimously upheld the groundbreaking <strong><a href="http://decisions.chrt-tcdp.gc.ca/chrt-tcdp/decisions/en/item/6537/index.do">decision of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal</a></strong>. The decision found the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) discriminated against PSAC member, Fiona Johnstone by failing to accommodate her family obligations.</p> <p>Ms Johnstone worked as a Border Services Officer at CBSA, requiring a fixed-shift schedule to arrange for child care. The employer refused to consider her request, given its view that it had no obligation under the Canadian Human Rights Act to accommodate her personal choices around childcare.</p> <p>PSAC supported Ms Johnstone throughout this lengthy human rights and <strong><a href="http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/item/61848/index.do">Federal Court </a></strong>battle.</p> <p>In upholding the decision of the Tribunal, the Court of Appeal rejected the narrow approach to family status accommodation argued by the government. The Court confirmed that human rights legislation is to be interpreted in a broad and liberal manner and that family status includes child care and other legal family obligations.</p> <p>The Court emphasized that there should be no hierarchy of rights, such that the test for family status accommodation was more difficult to meet than the other grounds of discrimination. Instead, employers are required to conduct a case-by-case analysis with a view to accommodating the particular needs of individual employees.</p> <p>PSAC wishes to congratulate Fiona on yet another win in this long legal saga which advances the law for all Canadian workers.</p> <p>PSAC is particularly pleased that this is a meaningful victory for all working families in Canada.</p> </div> </div> </div> <section class="field field-name-field-topics field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Topics:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/topics/duty-accommodate">Duty to accommodate</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/topics/human-rights">Human rights</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/topics/family-care">Family Care</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/topics/federal-government">Federal government</a></li></ul></section> Fri, 02 May 2014 22:57:25 +0000 meranis 2414 at/352