ตารางคะแนนบอล _สล็อตเงินฟรี_อาวุธเกมยิงปลา https://www.google.com//352/uniondues en Au sujet de vos cotisations syndicales https://www.google.com//352/node/7361 <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>La structure des cotisations de l’AFPC est basée sur sa structure politique. Tous les membres font partie d’une section locale, qui prélève peut-être des cotisations (selon un taux déterminé à son assemblée générale annuelle). Les sections locales, à leur tour, font partie d’un élément, qui prélève aussi des cotisations selon un taux déterminé à son congrès triennal. Finalement, tous les éléments sont affiliés à l’AFPC, qui elle aussi prélève des cotisations selon un taux déterminé à son congrès triennal national. Tous les taux de cotisations sont établis démocratiquement.</p> <p>Les cotisations peuvent être un montant fixe ou un pourcentage du salaire. Dans ce dernier cas, le pourcentage est calculé selon le premier échelon de la classification salariale et non selon l’échelon où se situe le membre. De plus, le calcul ne tient pas compte des heures supplémentaires, des primes et du salaire rétroactif. Les personnes qui travaillent à temps partiel payent des cotisations proportionnellement aux heures qu’elles travaillent. Toutefois, si les cotisations sont un montant fixe, elles ne sont pas ajustées au prorata.</p> <p>L’affiliation à une section locale et à un élément est généralement déterminée en fonction de l’employeur ou du ministère pour lequel le membre travaille. Par exemple :</p> <ul><li>Les membres qui travaillent pour l’Agence du revenu du Canada font partie du Syndicat des employé-e-s de l’Imp?t ainsi que d’une section locale selon la région géographique où se trouve leur lieu de travail.?</li> <li>Les membres qui travaillent pour Pêches et Océans Canada font partie du Syndicat des travailleurs de la santé et de l’environnement ou de l’Union canadienne des employés des transports, selon le genre de travail qu’ils font, ainsi que d’une section locale de l’un ou l’autre de ces éléments selon la région géographique où se trouve leur lieu de travail.</li> </ul><p>Tous les mois, l’AFPC re?oit de votre employeur des renseignements sur votre emploi, comme votre classification et vos heures de travail. Ces renseignements nous aident à calculer les cotisations que votre employeur doit retenir sur votre paye. ?Pour nos membres à la fonction publique, s’il y a un rajustement à faire – par exemple parce que vous avez changé de ministère –, l’AFPC fait un nouveau calcul et informe votre employeur du nouveau montant à retenir sur votre paye.</p> <h3><strong>à compter du 1er janvier 2019?jusqu'au 31 décembre 2021</strong></h3> <ul><li>Le taux des cotisations de l’AFPC est <strong>0,9557?%</strong>?</li> </ul><h3><strong>Contribution des membres au Fonds de grève de l’AFPC</strong></h3> <ul><li>Les membres versent une contribution au Fonds de grève de l’AFPC.</li> <li>Cette contribution se poursuit tout au cours du présent cycle budgétaire.</li> <li>Elle correspond à <strong>1?$</strong> par mois par membre et augmentera si jamais le Fonds de grève tombe sous le seuil de 25?millions?$.</li> <li>Pour l’instant, le Fonds compte plus de 25?millions?$.</li> <li>Rappelons que ce Fonds sert à payer les indemnités de grève, les avantages sociaux ainsi que le remboursement des dépenses liées à une grève ou à un lock-out.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Modification des retenues salariales</strong></h3> <ul><li>Le montant des cotisations syndicales qui sera retenu est fonction de l’affiliation des membres.</li> <li>En moyenne, l’AFPC re?oit 55?% du montant versé pour les cotisations et les éléments et les sections locales/succursales re?oivent 45?%.</li> </ul><h3><strong>éléments</strong></h3> <p>La cotisation des membres des éléments de l’AFPC se décompose ainsi?:</p> <ul><li>Cotisation à l’AFPC?+?cotisation à l’élément?+?cotisation à la section locale/succursale. ?Veuillez-vous faire référence au document ??Comment les cotisations sont-elles calculées???? pour les dates en vigueur des taux.</li> <li>Notons que ce sont les personnes déléguées au congrès triennal de chaque élément qui adoptent les modifications de cotisation. Les sections locales et les succursales peuvent également modifier leurs cotisations. Dans ce cas, ce sont les membres de la section locale ou de la succursale qui en prennent la décision lors d’une assemblée générale annuelle.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Sections locales à charte directe</strong></h3> <p>La cotisation des membres des sections locales à charte directe se décompose ainsi?:</p> <ul><li>Cotisation à l’AFPC?+?cotisation à la section locale (si applicable) + taux convenu dans l’entente de services (montant déterminé dans une entente de services individuelle versé à la section locale ou à l’AFPC).</li> <li>Le taux de l’entente de services est calculé selon la moyenne pondérée des cotisations versées aux éléments par tous les membres des sections locales à charte directe.</li> <li>Le taux pour les sections locales à charte directe est révisé à tous les trois ans, et ce une fois le cycle des Congrès d’éléments est complété.? Toute modification doit être ensuite approuvée par le Comité exécutif de l’Alliance. Le taux a été révisé en 2018 et le CEA a approuvé le nouveau taux de <strong>0.6232%</strong> à partir du 1<sup>er</sup> janvier 2019.</li> </ul><h3><a href="https://syndicatafpc.ca/sites/psac/files/attachments/pdfs/comment_les_cotisations_sont-elles_calculees.pdf"><u><b>Comment les cotisations sont-elles calculées??</b></u></a></h3> <h3>?</h3> </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/uniondues">Union dues</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/finance-department">Finance Department</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-audience field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Audience:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/audience/uninvolved-members">Uninvolved members</a></li></ul></section><div class="field field-name-field-attachments field-type-file field-label-above view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Attachments:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><table class="sticky-enabled"> <thead><tr><th>Attachment</th><th>Size</th> </tr></thead> <tbody> <tr class="odd"><td><span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png" /> <a href="/352/sites/psac/files/attachments/pdfs/comment_les_cotisations_sont-elles_calculees.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=248034">comment_les_cotisations_sont-elles_calculees.pdf</a></span></td><td>242.22 KB</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> </div> </div> <div class="field field-name-field-publication-date field-type-datestamp field-label-inline clearfix view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Publication Date:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><span class="date-display-single">Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 10:30am</span></div> </div> </div> Thu, 07 Feb 2019 16:49:26 +0000 calugaj 7361 at/352 About your union dues https://www.google.com//352/about-your-union-dues <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 dues are based on the political structure of the union. All members belong to a local, which may have a local dues rate (adopted at its Annual General Meeting). All locals are affiliated with a component, which has a dues rate that is adopted at the component’s Triennial Convention. And finally, each component is affiliated with PSAC, which has a rate that is adopted at the National Triennial Convention. All dues rates are democratically decided.</p> <p>Dues rates can be either a percentage of salary or a flat rate.? Percentage rates are applied against the first step salary of the classification, not on the actual step salary. Dues are not applied against overtime, bonuses or retroactive pay.? Part-time members pay pro-rated dues based on the hours worked. However, flat rates are not pro-rated.</p> <p>A member’s affiliation within a local/component is often determined by the employer or department where they work.? For example:</p> <ul><li>Members who work for the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) belong to the Union of Taxation Employees (UTE) and may belong to any number of locals within UTE depending on their geographical area of work.</li> <li>Members working for the Fisheries and Oceans Canada may belong to either the Union of Health and Environment Workers (UHEW) or the Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE), depending on the type of work they do, and to a local within either UHEW or UCTE depending on their geographical area of work.</li> </ul><p>Monthly, PSAC receives information from your employer regarding the work you do, such as your classification and hours of work. This helps PSAC determine the correct amount of union dues that your employer should be deducting from your pay.?? For our members within the core federal public service (Government of Canada), if there are adjustments – such as a transfer from one department to another – PSAC recalculates the correct amount and advises the employer in kind.</p> <h3><strong>Union dues as of January 1, 2019 and until December 31, 2021</strong></h3> <ul><li>Your PSAC dues rate is <strong>0.9557%</strong></li> </ul><h3><strong>Strike Fund contribution fund</strong></h3> <ul><li>Members also provide monthly contributions to the PSAC Strike Fund</li> <li>This is an ongoing contribution, continued from the previous budget cycle</li> <li>Members contribute <strong>$1.00</strong> each month to the PSAC Strike Fund.? If the Fund falls below $25 million, that contribution will increase.</li> <li>There is more than $25 million currently in the Fund.? This provides payment of strike pay, benefits and expenses when members are on strike or have been locked out.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Differences in deductions</strong></h3> <ul><li>The total amount deducted for union dues will vary, depending on your local/branch and component affiliation.</li> <li>On average, PSAC receives 55% of dues, with 45% going to components and locals/branches.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Components</strong></h3> <p>Dues for members in PSAC components are made up of:</p> <ul><li>PSAC dues + Component dues + local/branch dues.? Many components updated their dues rates at their 2017 Triennial Conventions.? Refer to chart in the “How to Calculate Your Union Dues” link for dates.</li> <li>Any change in dues rates are a result of decisions taken by delegates at each component’s triennial convention.? Changes in local and branch dues may also apply.? Such changes would be as a result of decisions taken at their local/branch annual general membership.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Direct Chartered Locals</strong></h3> <p>Dues for members in Directly Chartered Locals consist of:</p> <ul><li>PSAC dues + local dues (where applicable) + service agreement abatement (an amount determined in the individual service agreement, paid to the local or PSAC for servicing).</li> <li>The rate of the service agreement abatement is calculated using the weighted average of component dues which all members of Directly Chartered Locals pay.</li> <li>The rate is reviewed every three years following the component convention cycle and the rate (either static or new) is approved by the Alliance Executive Committee.? The rate was reviewed in 2018 and a rate change of <strong>0.6232%</strong> became effective January 1, 2019.</li> </ul><h3><a href="/352/sites/psac/files/attachments/pdfs/how_to_calculate_union_dues.pdf"><u>How to calculate your union dues</u></a></h3> </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/uniondues">Union dues</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/finance-department">Finance Department</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-audience field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Audience:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/audience/uninvolved-members">Uninvolved members</a></li></ul></section><div class="field field-name-field-attachments field-type-file field-label-above view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Attachments:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><table class="sticky-enabled"> <thead><tr><th>Attachment</th><th>Size</th> </tr></thead> <tbody> <tr class="odd"><td><span class="file"><img class="file-icon" alt="PDF icon" title="application/pdf" src="/modules/file/icons/application-pdf.png" /> <a href="/352/sites/psac/files/attachments/pdfs/how_to_calculate_union_dues.pdf" type="application/pdf; length=242428">how_to_calculate_union_dues.pdf</a></span></td><td>236.75 KB</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> </div> </div> <div class="field field-name-field-publication-date field-type-datestamp field-label-inline clearfix view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Publication Date:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><span class="date-display-single">Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 10:30am</span></div> </div> </div> Thu, 07 Feb 2019 16:45:11 +0000 calugaj 7360 at/352 Renseignements sur les cotisations https://www.google.com//352/node/7111 <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>Seuls les champs marqués d'un astérisque (*) sont obligatoires. Plus vous serez en mesure de fournir de renseignements, plus il sera facile de confirmer votre identité et de communiquer les renseignements que vous recherchez.</p> </div> </div> </div> <form class="webform-client-form webform-client-form-7111" enctype="multipart/form-data" action="/taxonomy/term/689/feed" method="post" id="webform-client-form-7111" accept-charset="UTF-8"><div><div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-textfield webform-component--prenom"> <label for="edit-submitted-prenom">Prénom <span class="form-required" title="This field is required.">*</span></label> <input required="required" type="text" id="edit-submitted-prenom" name="submitted[prenom]" value="" size="60" maxlength="128" class="form-text required" /> <div class="description">(tel qu’il appara?t sur votre relevé de paye) </div> </div> <div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-textfield webform-component--deuxieme-prenom"> <label for="edit-submitted-deuxieme-prenom">Deuxième 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id="edit-submitted-no-de-membre-de-lafpc-si-vous-le-connaissez" name="submitted[no_de_membre_de_lafpc_si_vous_le_connaissez]" value="" size="60" maxlength="128" class="form-text" /> </div> <div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-textfield webform-component--employeur-ministere"> <label for="edit-submitted-employeur-ministere">Employeur/ministère <span class="form-required" title="This field is required.">*</span></label> <input required="required" type="text" id="edit-submitted-employeur-ministere" name="submitted[employeur_ministere]" value="" size="60" maxlength="128" class="form-text required" /> </div> <div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-textfield webform-component--adresse-travail"> <label for="edit-submitted-adresse-travail">Adresse (travail) <span class="form-required" title="This field is required.">*</span></label> <input required="required" type="text" id="edit-submitted-adresse-travail" name="submitted[adresse_travail]" value="" 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The more information you are able to provide, the easier it will be to confirm your identity and to release the information you’re looking for.</p> </div> </div> </div> <form class="webform-client-form webform-client-form-7107" enctype="multipart/form-data" action="/taxonomy/term/689/feed" method="post" id="webform-client-form-7107" accept-charset="UTF-8"><div><div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-textfield webform-component--first-name"> <label for="edit-submitted-first-name">First Name <span class="form-required" title="This field is required.">*</span></label> <input required="required" type="text" id="edit-submitted-first-name" name="submitted[first_name]" value="" size="60" maxlength="128" class="form-text required" /> <div class="description">(as it appears on your pay stub)</div> </div> <div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-textfield webform-component--middle-name"> <label for="edit-submitted-middle-name">Middle Name </label> <input type="text" id="edit-submitted-middle-name" name="submitted[middle_name]" value="" size="60" maxlength="128" class="form-text" /> <div class="description">(as it appears on your pay stub)</div> </div> <div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-textfield webform-component--last-name"> <label for="edit-submitted-last-name">Last Name <span class="form-required" title="This field is required.">*</span></label> <input required="required" type="text" id="edit-submitted-last-name" name="submitted[last_name]" value="" size="60" maxlength="128" class="form-text required" /> <div class="description">(as it appears on your pay stub)</div> </div> <div class="form-item webform-component webform-component-email webform-component--email-personal---not-work-email"> <label for="edit-submitted-email-personal-not-work-email">Email (personal - not work email) <span class="form-required" title="This field is required.">*</span></label> <input required="required" class="email form-text 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class="form-item webform-component webform-component-date webform-component--date-of-hire-if-known"> <label for="edit-submitted-date-of-hire-if-known">Date of hire </label> <div class="webform-container-inline webform-datepicker"><div class="form-item form-type-select form-item-submitted-date-of-hire-if-known-month"> <label class="element-invisible" for="edit-submitted-date-of-hire-if-known-month">Month </label> <select class="month form-select" id="edit-submitted-date-of-hire-if-known-month" name="submitted[date_of_hire_if_known][month]"><option value="" selected="selected">Month</option><option value="1">Jan</option><option value="2">Feb</option><option value="3">Mar</option><option value="4">Apr</option><option value="5">May</option><option value="6">Jun</option><option value="7">Jul</option><option value="8">Aug</option><option value="9">Sep</option><option value="10">Oct</option><option value="11">Nov</option><option value="12">Dec</option></select> </div> <div class="form-item 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<input type="hidden" name="form_id" value="webform_client_form_7107" /> <input type="hidden" name="honeypot_time" value="1549682177|lrlj4NhuM1xEiidSzf4gYoNE3ha4rYye_WYUQK5B7C4" /> <div class="url-textfield"><div class="form-item form-type-textfield form-item-url"> <label for="edit-url--2">Leave this field blank </label> <input autocomplete="off" type="text" id="edit-url--2" name="url" value="" size="20" maxlength="128" class="form-text" /> </div> </div><fieldset class="captcha form-wrapper"><legend><span class="fieldset-legend">CAPTCHA</span></legend><div class="fieldset-wrapper"><div class="fieldset-description">If you are human, please answer this question correctly. If you do not we assume you're a spam bot.</div><input type="hidden" name="captcha_sid" value="47398" /> <input type="hidden" name="captcha_token" value="fd41e0c1ca929ac43f09793dd43cdcaf" /> <input type="hidden" name="captcha_response" value="Google no captcha" /> <div class="g-recaptcha" data-sitekey="6Lf1MQoTAAAAAJlaVjSV0lT-modgRPbbHb2Y-uyd" data-theme="light" data-type="image"></div></div></fieldset> <div class="form-actions"><input class="webform-submit button-primary form-submit" type="submit" name="op" value="Submit" /></div></div></form><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/uniondues">Union dues</a></li></ul></section> Tue, 09 Oct 2018 13:00:00 +0000 riccardo 7107 at/352 PSAC Membership Dues Corrections: Frequently Asked Questions https://www.google.com//352/dues/FAQ <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"><h3><a href="#Question 1"><span style="color:#B22222;"><strong>I have been told that my November 14, 2018 pay will be affected by an adjustment in union dues. What does this mean?</strong></span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 2"><span style="color:#B22222;">How are my dues calculated? How does my employer know how much I’m supposed to pay??</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 3"><span style="color:#B22222;">Why has it taken so long for my union dues to be adjusted?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 4"><span style="color:#B22222;">Why do I have to pay arrears?? The Phoenix pay system’s failure to correct my dues isn’t my fault.</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 5"><span style="color:#B22222;">How much could I potentially owe? How is this money recovered?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 6"><span style="color:#B22222;">Can I pay my arrears in a lump sum?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 7"><span style="color:#B22222;">Why am I only paying $40 a month in dues when some of my colleagues are paying much more? Will I owe arrears?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 8"><span style="color:#B22222;">I was hired in May 2016, but union dues have never been deducted from my pay. Will my union dues start as of November 14, 2018 pay?? Why haven’t I been paying union dues?? How much in arrears will I have to pay?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 9"><span style="color:#B22222;">I am owed a refund of my PSAC union dues. How much am I owed and how will I be repaid?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 10"><span style="color:#B22222;">I transferred departments six months ago, but my union dues haven’t changed. Why not?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 11"><span style="color:#B22222;">I am seeing two union dues deductions on my pay. Am I paying to two unions simultaneously?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 12"><span style="color:#B22222;">I am a member of PSAC but I’m not paid via the Phoenix pay system, do I have to be concerned about the November 14, 2018 date?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 13"><span style="color:#B22222;">There have been new collective agreements signed since the launch of Phoenix.? Are my union dues based on the salaries in these agreements?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 14"><span style="color:#B22222;">I completed PSAC’s “Application for Membership” but I haven’t received my new union card.? My local representative told me that I’m not in PSAC’s database. How can that be?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 15"><span style="color:#B22222;">I was a member in good standing of PSAC but my union dues have stopped. I have submitted a Pay Action Request (PAR) but while I wait for it to be actioned, I am concerned my membership has lapsed. What can I do?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 16"><span style="color:#B22222;">I am concerned about how much money I potentially owe in arrears. Can I get a detailed account?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 17"><span style="color:#B22222;"><strong>I am now working in an excluded position (or in a non-PSAC represented position or hired as a casual employee) but union dues to the PSAC are still being deducted.? Can the PSAC stop my union dues and can I be refunded these dues?</strong></span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 18"><span style="color:#B22222;"><b>I have retired from the public service, but I still got a letter saying I owe union dues. Do I have to pay this?</b></span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 23"><span style="color:#B22222;"><b>I am a retired PSAC member and I got a letter saying I am owed dues. When will I get my refund?</b></span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 19"><span style="color:#B22222;"><b>It looks like more than double the normal dues rates was taken off my paycheque. What happened?</b></span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 20"><span style="color:#B22222;">I am on long-term disability. Will I see dues arrears once I return to work (if I return to work)?</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 21"><span style="color:#B22222;">I am on long-term disability 4 days per week and I work 1 day per week. Could I be accumulating arrears during the time I am working 1 day per week??</span></a></h3> <h3><a href="#Question 22"><span style="color:#B22222;">I am on maternity leave and receive top-up from the employer. I have just been informed that I am in arrears and owe union dues. Will recovery payments be taken from my top-up or can I pay the arrears once my maternity leave is done and I have returned to work???</span></a></h3> <h3><strong>If you have concerns regarding arrears owed, <u><a href="/352/dues/form"><span style="color:#008080;">please fill in this form</span></a></u> to request additional information.</strong>?We are handling a large volume of requests for information, so please be patient. It could take up to 2 - 3 weeks to review your file and answer your requests.?</h3> <hr /><h3><a id="Question 1" name="Question 1"><strong>I have been told that my November 14, 2018 pay will be affected by an adjustment in union dues. What does this mean?</strong></a></h3> <dl><dd> <p>The Phoenix pay system has been a disaster for our members.? Members have been underpaid, overpaid and not paid at all. You can <a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/learn-more/">learn more</a> about what the union has been doing to get this fixed. Not deducting union dues correctly is one more way that Phoenix has failed public sector workers. <a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/sign">You can also push the government</a> to pay public sector workers correctly, every pay day.</p> <p>Letters to members with details about their specific dues situation will be sent out in?November. If you haven't received a letter, we may not have your correct mailing address.? Please check your address through our <a href="/352/user">online portal</a>.</p> <p>For most members under the Phoenix pay system, the amount in dues deducted monthly has been incorrect. The wrong dues information resulted from the failure of a critical element of the automated dues process when Phoenix was launched in March 2016. <strong>PSAC’s ability to communicate many changes, adjustments and corrections to dues amounts was halted by Phoenix’s inability to read the PSAC file that would have normally corrected your union dues</strong>. This file is called the “Change File”.</p> <p><strong>Example:</strong></p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;">A member has a substantive position of a PM-04 but was acting as a PM-06 at the launch of Phoenix in March 2016. The member subsequently returns to his/her substantive in December 2016. Normally the dues amount paid would revert back to the PM04 rate as of early 2017. As PSAC has been unable to advise the employer to return the dues deduction to the lower PM-04 rate, the member has continued to pay at the PM06 level. The member has been <strong>overpaying</strong> union dues at the PM-06 level, they need to have their dues re-established at the correct PM-04 rate, and have the overpayment refunded to their pay.</p> <p>PSAC has been working with <a href="https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/comm/index-eng.html">Public Services and Procurement Canada</a> (PSPC) to allow for such corrections and adjustments to start up again. On November 14, 2018, members for whom adjustments in union dues are required will see these adjustments begin to take place on their pay. ?Some members who have paid too much in dues will see refunds.? Some members who have paid too little in dues will see additional deductions.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 2" name="Question 2">How are my dues calculated? How does my employer know how much I’m supposed to pay??</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>PSAC dues are based on the political structure of the union. All members belong to a Local, which may have a local dues rate (adopted at its Annual General Meeting). All Locals are affiliated with a Component, which has a dues rate that is adopted at the Component’s Triennial Convention. And finally, each Component is affiliated with PSAC, which has a rate that is adopted at the National Triennial Convention.? All dues rates are democratically decided.</p> <p>Dues rates can be either a percentage of salary or a flat rate.? Percentage rates are applied against the first step salary of the classification, not on the actual step salary. Dues are not applied against overtime, bonuses or retroactive pay.? Part-time members pay pro-rated dues based on the hours worked; however, flat rates are not pro-rated.</p> <p>A member’s affiliation within a Local/Component is often determined by the employer or department where they work.? For example:</p> Members who work for the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) belong to the Union of Taxation Employees (UTE) and may belong to any number of locals within UTE depending on their geographical area of work. Members working for the Fisheries and Oceans Canada may belong to either the Union of Health and Environment Workers (UHEW) or the Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE), depending on the type of work they do, and to a local within either UHEW or UCTE depending on their geographical area of work.</dd> <dd> <p align="center"><strong>Video</strong>: <a href="/352/about">Learn about PSAC’s structure</a></p> <p>Monthly, PSAC receives information from your employer regarding the work you do, such as your classification and hours of work. This helps PSAC determine the correct amount of union dues that your employer should be deducting from your pay.? If there are adjustments – such as a transfer from one department to another – PSAC recalculates the correct amount and advises the employer in kind.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a name="Question 3" id="Question 3">Why has it taken so long for my union dues to be adjusted?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>The dues process is highly automated.? Despite testing this process prior to the official launch of Phoenix, the system has failed to correct and adjust our members’ dues. It has taken over 30 months of work involving PSAC and the Employer to get this system working again.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 4" name="Question 4">Why do I have to pay arrears?? The Phoenix pay system’s failure to correct my dues isn’t my fault.</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>You're right. This isn't your fault. It isn't PSAC's fault. The blame for the Phoenix pay system disaster is on the federal government - both the Harper government for setting it up and the Trudeau government for rolling it out despite warnings form unions, like PSAC. PSAC is pursuing every avenue to force the employer to pay damages to members because of the Phoenix pay system disaster.</p> <p>The changes to dues that are being made now would have occurred earlier if the system was working normally. Phoenix did not result in increases or decreases to dues – it delayed these changes taking effect.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;"><strong>Example</strong>: A local has voted for a dues rate increase from $1 to $2 as of January 2017. PSAC has been unable to advise the pay system to alter the dues by the $1 difference.? Therefore, members in that local owe $23 (January 2017 to November 2018 @ $1 per month) in arrears, and an adjustment of $23 should occur on the November 14t<sup>h</sup> pay.?</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 5" name="Question 5">How much could I potentially owe? How is this money recovered?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>Letters to members with details about their specific dues’ situation will be sent out in November. If you haven't received a letter, we may not have your correct mailing address.?You can check your address <a href="/352/user">here</a>.</p> <p>Most members owe $300 or less in back dues. It will be deducted at the rate of your normal dues. For example, if your correct dues are $75/month, no more than an additional $75 will be deducted in the same month.? If you owe a total of $100 in arrears, you will see $75 deducted as arrears in November and the balance of $25 in December.</p> <p>The PSAC has a long-standing policy to only deduct the equivalent of the value of one year’s worth of union dues.? For example, if the value of the annual dues you should be paying is $1200, and you owe $1400 in back dues, we will only deduct an additional $1200 to cover the dues that are owing.</p> <p>Affected members will fall into 2 categories:</p> <p>Members who owe a difference between what should have been deducted versus what was deducted; Members for whom union dues have stopped (or were never started).</p> <h3>Members who owe a difference between what should have been deducted versus what was deducted (arrears):</h3> <p>Most members owe relatively small amounts and will see these additional dues deducted over a few months. <strong>Arrears are always deducted at the same rate as correct union dues.</strong>?</p> <p><strong>If you have concerns regarding arrears owed, <a href="/352/dues/form">please fill in this form</a> to request additional information.</strong></p> <h3>PSAC members for whom union dues have stopped or were never started:</h3> <p>A pay advisor will manually start the dues in your pay profile and then will advise PSAC, <strong>in writing</strong>, of the period of time when no dues were deducted. A pay advisor has been instructed to not start deducting arrears without PSAC’s approval. PSAC will calculate the amount owing and will advise the employer accordingly. Arrears will start to be deducted from your pay from that point on.<br /><br /> Members who are working in PSAC-represented positions and <strong>not</strong> paying union dues are asked to submit an online form to the employer or contact the call centre at 1-855-686-4729 (506-424-4330 if you are outside of the US or Canada). <a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/get-help/">Find out more</a> information on how to advise your employer of an incorrect pay.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a name="Question 6" id="Question 6">Can I pay my arrears in a lump sum?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>PSAC encourages its members to pay their arrears through the employer’s pay system. This allows for arrears to be correctly reflected on our members’ T4 slips.? It also avoids any potential doubling of efforts. A pay advisor, unaware that arrears are paid via cheque directly to PSAC, may inadvertently try to collect the unpaid dues a second time through deductions on your pay.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 7" name="Question 7">Why am I only paying $40 a month in dues when some of my colleagues are paying much more? Will I owe arrears?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>PSAC has provided guidance to pay advisors to start the union dues for our members at a default amount of $40/month (or $20/pay). Normally, the correction from $40 to the correct amount is completed within 3 months. ?Since Phoenix launched, many members have seen their monthly dues “frozen” at $40/month.<br /><br /> Members in this situation will owe back dues or arrears. <strong>As stated above, PSAC has a policy to not recover more than the value of one year’s worth of union dues and will not recover the amount owing as a lump sum, unless the amount owing is less than the correct monthly dues.</strong> Members in this situation will experience an increase in their union dues as of November 14, 2018.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;"><strong>Example</strong>:? A member should be paying $90 in dues per month but has been only paying the default dues amount of $40 per month. This has been going on for 14 months. The total amount owing is the difference of $50 x 14 months, or $700. Per the PSAC policy, the maximum of a year’s worth of union dues at $90 x 12 months is $1,080 in dues. The amount owing in arrears is $700 ($50 x 14 months) and falls lower than the one-year equivalency worth of union dues. If the amount owing was more than $1,080, PSAC would not recover more than the $1,080 from the member.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;"><strong>The member should see the following occur:</strong></p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;">November 14 pay:? $45 in dues (half of the correct dues of $90); $90 in arrears ($610 left owing from the initial $700 owing).</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;">November 28 pay:? $45 in dues (other half of correct dues of $90)</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;">December 12 pay:? $45 in dues and $90 in arrears ($520 left owing).</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;">December 26 pay:? $45 in dues.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;">This process will continue until the balance of dues that are owed has been paid.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;"><strong>If you have concerns regarding arrears owed, <a href="/352/dues/form">please fill in this form</a> to request additional information.</strong></p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 8" name="Question 8">I was hired in May 2016, but union dues have never been deducted from my pay. Will my union dues start as of November 14, 2018 pay?? Why haven’t I been paying union dues?? How much in arrears will I have to pay?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>It is the responsibility of the employer to start and stop union dues in their pay system.PSAC does not have the direct ability to do this. Many members who were hired during the initial launch period of Phoenix have not had union dues deducted even though they’ve been continuously working in a PSAC-represented position.</p> <p><strong>The process starting on November 14, 2018 will only affect those for whom union dues are being deducted.</strong>? If you have never paid union dues, the process to correct this will take longer. Members who are working in represented positions and not paying union dues are asked to submit a?<a href="https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/remuneration-compensation/services-paye-pay-services/systeme-paye-employes-pay-system-employees/retroaction-phenix-phoenix-feedback-eng.html">Phoenix Feedback form</a> to the Client Contact Centre or contact them at 855-686-4729 (506-424-4330?if you are outside of the US or Canada). <a href="http://phoenix.psacunion.ca/en/get-help/">Find out more</a> information on how to advise your employer of an incorrect pay.</p> <p>A pay advisor will manually start the dues in your pay profile and then will advise PSAC, <strong>in writing</strong>, of the period for which dues are owed by the member. A pay advisor has been instructed to not start the deductions for back dues owed without PSAC’s approval. PSAC will calculate the amount owing and will advise the Pay Centre accordingly. Deductions will start from that point on.</p> <p><strong>PSAC has a long-standing internal policy to not recover more than the equivalent value of one year’s worth of union dues. PSAC does not recover its arrears in a lump sum if the total amount owing is more than the equivalent of one month’s dues.</strong></p> <p><strong>Example: </strong>A member was hired in March 2017, but union dues have never been started. The member should have been paying $80/ month in union dues. As of November 2018, the member would owe dues for 20 months or $1600. The value of one year’s worth of dues for this member is $960.? PSAC will only deduct a total of $960 in back dues, even though the amount owed is $1600. Once the employer has started the union dues and PSAC has authorized the start of the arrears recovery, those deductions will occur as follows:</p> <p><u>First pay with correct union dues</u>: $40 in regular dues plus $80 in back dues.</p> <p><u>Second pay</u>: $40 in regular dues.</p> <p>This will continue until the total back dues are paid.</p> <p><strong>If you have concerns regarding arrears owed, <a href="/352/dues/form">please fill in this form</a> to request additional information.</strong></p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a name="Question 9" id="Question 9">I am owed a refund of my PSAC union dues. How much am I owed and how will I be repaid?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>Affected members will fall into 2 categories for refunds:</p> <p>Those who are owed a difference between what should have been deducted versus what was deducted; Those for whom union dues should have ceased when they stopped working in a PSAC-represented position.</p> <h3 align="left">Members who are owed a difference between what should have been deducted versus what was deducted:</h3> <p>The first category is like arrears in that PSAC has kept track of the amount of union dues it would have normally expected from a member versus how much it received.? Where the member overpaid, PSAC has kept track of the overpayment and will seek to have this amount refunded to the member via the pay system as of November 14, 2018.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;"><strong>Example</strong>: A member’s substantive position is a PM-04 and normally remits $75 in dues per month. In December 2015 (prior to the launch of Phoenix), the member accepted a one year acting PM-06 position where the dues were calculated at $90 per month. The acting assignment ended in December 2016.? Normally, the dues would have reverted to the PM-04 $75 monthly rate.? However, since PSAC was unable to communicate the decrease of union dues to the employer, the member has continued to pay $90/month in dues. The $15 difference per month is owed to the member.</p> <p>The <strong>FULL</strong> value of the refund will be returned to the member on November 14, 2018. In this case, the refund is $165 ($15 difference per month for 11 months).</p> <h3 align="left">Members for whom union dues should have ceased when they stopped working in a PSAC-represented position:</h3> <p>Pay advisors will manually stop the dues in the member’s profile and then will seek an authorization from PSAC to refund the union dues. A pay advisor will not refund the union dues without PSAC’s authorization. PSAC will calculate the amount to be refunded and will authorize the employer to refund the amount accordingly.</p> <p>Refund requests are handled by PSAC on a first-in, first-out basis and the volume of demand is quite high. Members who are working in non-PSAC represented positions and continue to pay union dues are asked to submit a?<a href="https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/remuneration-compensation/services-paye-pay-services/systeme-paye-employes-pay-system-employees/retroaction-phenix-phoenix-feedback-eng.html">Phoenix Feedback?form</a> to the Client Contact Centre?or contact them at 1-855-686-4729 (506-424-433?if you are outside of the US or Canada). <a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/get-help/">Find out more</a> information on how to advise your employer of an incorrect.</p> <p>The refund will be paid thru the pay system and not via cheque to the member. This allows for the T4 to be correct and protects against any doubling of effort which may end in further errors in a member’s pay. Authorized refunds resulting from the failures of the Phoenix pay system issued at their <strong>FULL</strong> value.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a name="Question 10" id="Question 10">I transferred departments six months ago, but my union dues haven’t changed. Why not?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>PSAC receives information about our members’ employing department from the employer as part of the dues process. The employer must fully complete the process of transferring the pay profile from one department to another.</p> <p>PSAC is aware that given the ongoing situation with Phoenix, the compensation community is facing considerable backlogs in its work, including processing inter-departmental transfers. Once the transfer has been completed within the pay system, PSAC will receive the information it needs to also transfer the member from one local or Component to another.</p> <p>This will prompt an evaluation of union dues as there might be a change in classification and/or Component/Local dues amount to be paid, and more importantly, it will ensure that members appear on the correct Component/Local monthly membership list.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 11" name="Question 11">I am seeing two union dues deductions on my pay. Am I paying to two unions simultaneously?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>While represented employees are only supposed to pay union dues to the union that is actively representing them, it is possible under certain circumstances, that there is an overlap and dues are paid to two different unions at the same time.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;"><strong>Scenario 1</strong>: A member has accepted a new assignment that is represented by another union. It is possible that the ending of dues from the original union and the start of the dues to the new union isn’t timed correctly, and as such, dues are being deducted for both unions for the same month (or for a few months). In this event, a pay advisor will seek an authorization from the original union to refund the dues for the period where dues should not have been deducted in the first place.</p> <p style="margin-left:36.0pt;"><strong>Scenario 2</strong>: A member worked in a PSAC-represented position for six months in 2015 but did not pay union dues.? The member has since begun working in a position that is represented by another union. ?The two deductions could be an arrears payment to PSAC for the six-month period missed in 2015 and the current dues being paid to the other union.</p> <p>If neither of these examples answers the concern, members who are paying to two bargaining agents are asked to submit a?<a href="https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/remuneration-compensation/services-paye-pay-services/systeme-paye-employes-pay-system-employees/retroaction-phenix-phoenix-feedback-eng.html">Phoenix Feedback form</a> to the Client Contact Centre or contact them at 1-855-686-4729 (506-424-4330?if you are outside of the US or Canada). <a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/get-help/">Find out more</a> information on how to advise your employer of an incorrect pay.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a name="Question 12" id="Question 12">I am a member of PSAC but I’m not paid via the Phoenix pay system, do I have to be concerned about the November 14, 2018 date?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>No. This process only affects members who are paid via the Phoenix pay system.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 13" name="Question 13">There have been new collective agreements signed since the launch of Phoenix.? Are my union dues based on the salaries in these agreements?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>Since the launch of Phoenix in March 2016, many employers have reached new collective agreements with PSAC. Normally, PSAC would recalculate its union dues based on the new first step salaries and advise employers of the new amounts to be deducted by the Phoenix pay system. Due to Phoenix, PSAC has been unable to communicate these changes to the pay system. This means the dues are based on old salary levels.</p> <p>PSAC’s goal is to ensure that the process to change dues in Phoenix is working properly before we make any further adjustments to union dues. We will ensure that the calculation of dues based on the new salaries does not cause any unnecessary arrears.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 14" name="Question 14">I completed PSAC’s “Application for Membership” but I haven’t received my new union card.? My local representative told me that I’m not in PSAC’s database. How can that be?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>PSAC populates its membership database with the information it receives from employers. All dues paying members are added into PSAC’s database. If a member is not on the database, it is likely that no union dues are being deducted by the employer.</p> <p>Members who are working in represented positions and not paying union dues are asked to submit a <a href="https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/remuneration-compensation/services-paye-pay-services/systeme-paye-employes-pay-system-employees/retroaction-phenix-phoenix-feedback-eng.html">Phoenix Feedback form</a> to the Client Contact centre or contact them at 1-855-686-4729 (506-424-4330 if you are outside of the US or Canada). Find out more information on how to advise your employer of an incorrect pay.</p> <p>A pay advisor will manually start the dues in the member’s pay profile and then will advise PSAC, <strong>in writing</strong>, of the length of time when no dues were paid. A pay advisor has been instructed to not start deducting the back dues that are owed by the member without PSAC’s approval. PSAC will calculate the amount owing and will advise the Pay Centre accordingly. Deductions will start from that point on.</p> <p><strong>PSAC has a long-standing internal policy to not recover more than the equivalent of one year’s worth of union dues.? PSAC does not recover its arrears in a lump sum if the total amount owing is more than the equivalent of one month’s dues. </strong></p> <p><strong>If you have concerns regarding arrears owed, <a href="/352/dues/form">please fill in this form</a> to request additional information.</strong></p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 15" name="Question 15">I was a member in good standing of PSAC but my union dues have stopped. I have submitted a Pay Action Request (PAR) but while I wait for it to be actioned, I am concerned my membership has lapsed. What can I do?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>In light of these special circumstances, PSAC has developed <a href="/352/membership-good-standing">an online request form</a>.? Affected members are asked to submit a request in order to maintain their membership in good standing. ?Members can also follow up on the status of their PAR by contacting the Client Contact Centre at 855-686-4729 (506-424-4330 if you are outside of the US or Canada).?</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 16" name="Question 16">I am concerned about how much money I potentially owe in arrears. Can I get a detailed account?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>Letters to members with details about their specific dues’ situation will be sent out in?November.? If you haven't received a letter, we may not have your correct mailing address.? You can check your address <a href="/352/user">here</a>. Most of our members owe a total of $300 or less in arrears and this may take a few months to fully recover.</p> <p><strong>If you have concerns regarding arrears owed, <a href="/352/dues/form">please fill in this form</a> to request additional information</strong>.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 17" name="Question 17"><strong>I am now working in an excluded position (or in a non-PSAC represented position or hired as a casual employee) but union dues to the PSAC are still being deducted.? Can the PSAC stop my union dues and can I be refunded these dues?</strong></a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>It is the responsibility of the employer to start and stop union dues in their pay system. PSAC does not have the direct ability to do this.? If you are working in a non-PSAC represented position and continue to pay union dues, you are asked to first?submit a?<u><a href="https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/remuneration-compensation/services-paye-pay-services/systeme-paye-employes-pay-system-employees/retroaction-phenix-phoenix-feedback-eng.html" target="_blank">Phoenix Feedback form</a></u>?to the Client Contact Centre or contact them at?855-686-4729 (506-424-4330?if you are outside of the US or Canada).?<u><a href="http://phoenix.psacunion.ca/en/get-help/" target="_blank">Find out more</a></u>?information on how to advise your employer of an incorrect pay.??</p> <p>Once your union dues to PSAC have ceased, the Pay Advisor will send a Request to Refund Union Dues to PSAC with the correct period where dues should have ceased and when they have finally ceased. PSAC will calculate the amount to be refunded and will?authorize the employer?to refund the amount accordingly.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a name="Question 18" id="Question 18"><b>I have retired from the public service, but I still got a letter saying I owe union dues. Do I have to pay this?</b></a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>PSAC populates its membership database with information we receive from the employer concerning our members and their employment status. For various reasons, this information may not be up to date, therefore it is possible that you may have received a letter indicating that you owe dues even though you have retired.</p> <p>PSAC does not collect arrears from members who have retired. Please <a href="/352/membership-dues-inquiries-form">fill out our online inquiry form</a> so that we may review your account and remove the arrears amount. PSAC thanks you for your years of public service!</p> <p>?</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 23" name="Question 23">I am a retired PSAC member and I got a letter saying I am owed dues. When will I get my refund?</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>Due to errors in Phoenix, information such as retirements have not been provided to us since March 2016.</p> <p>For retired members who are owed a refund, PSAC will verify the retirement with the employer’s records, then discuss with the employer as to the best way for them to issue the refund to the member.</p> <div> <p>To ensure that your file is corrected, please fill in the?<a href="/352/membership-dues-inquiries-form">dues inquiry form</a>, which goes directly to our Membership Administration section.</p> </div> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 19" name="Question 19"><strong>It looks like more than double the normal dues rates was taken off my paycheque. What happened?</strong></a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>It may appear this way because regular dues are deducted bi-weekly and arrears are deducted monthly.?Let’s look at the following example:</p> <p><strong>Example:</strong>? A member should be paying $90 in dues per month but has been only paying the default dues amount of $40 per month. This has been going on for 14 months. The total amount owing is the difference of $50 x 14 months, or $700. Per the PSAC policy, the maximum of a year’s worth of union dues at $90 x 12 months is $1,080 in dues. The amount owing in arrears is $700 ($50 x 14 months) and falls lower than the one-year equivalency worth of union dues. If the amount owing was more than $1,080, PSAC would not recover more than the $1,080 from the member.</p> <p><strong>The member should see the following occur</strong>:</p> <p>November 14 pay:? $45 in dues (half of the correct dues of $90); $90 in arrears ($610 left owing from the initial $700 owing).</p> <p>November 28 pay:? $45 in dues (other half of correct dues of $90)</p> <p>December 12 pay:? $45 in dues and $90 in arrears ($520 left owing).</p> <p>December 26 pay:? $45 in dues.</p> <p>This process will continue until the balance of dues that are owed has been paid.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 20" name="Question 20">I am on long-term disability. Will I see dues arrears once I return to work (if I return to work)?</a> ??</h3> </dt> <dd> <p>If you had a past balance prior to going on leave, it will only be recovered when you return to strength.?If you don’t return to work, then the balance will be cleared from your account.?</p> <p>Rest assured, the time you are on long-term disability is not subject to union dues.?PSAC has never collected union dues from a member who is on long-term disability.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a name="Question 21" id="Question 21">I am on long-term disability 4 days per week and I work 1 day per week. Could I be accumulating arrears during the time I am working 1 day per week???</a>?</h3> </dt> <dd> <p>Per the collective agreement, union dues are owed if the member has sufficient earnings after mandatory deductions.?Arrears are recovered at the same rate as regular union dues which means to pay arrears, a member also needs to be meeting the sufficient earnings threshold.?</p> <p>It is unlikely that a member working 1 day a week is earning the sufficient earnings amount, therefore you shouldn’t see arrears collected until you increase your working hours.</p> </dd> <dt> <h3><a id="Question 22" name="Question 22">I am on maternity leave and receive top-up from the employer. I have just been informed that I am in arrears and owe union dues. Will recovery payments be taken from my top-up or can I pay the arrears once my maternity leave is done and I have returned to work????</a></h3> </dt> <dd> <p>Union dues have never been levied against someone who is on maternity leave, even if you are being topped up. In the pay system, you should be listed as being “on leave”, therefore you are not subject to dues during this time. You will begin recovery payments of the arrears amount once you return to work.</p> </dd> </dl></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/phoenix">Phoenix</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/uniondues">Union dues</a></li></ul></section><div class="field field-name-field-publication-date field-type-datestamp field-label-inline clearfix view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Publication Date:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><span class="date-display-single">Tuesday, October 9, 2018 - 9:00am</span></div> </div> </div> Tue, 18 Sep 2018 20:39:06 +0000 brownt 7064 at/352 Phénix : des années d’erreurs dans les cotisations syndicales à corriger https://www.google.com//352/node/7063 <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>Trop payés, pas assez payés ou pas payés du tout… le système de paye Phénix a causé d'énormes difficultés à nos membres.?<a href="http://toujourslapourvous.ca/infos/">Le syndicat a beaucoup travaillé pour corriger la situation.</a></p> <p>En plus de perturber le processus de la paye, Phénix a aussi perturbé le processus des cotisations syndicales. <a href="http://toujourslapourvous.ca/signez/">Vous pouvez nous aider à faire pression sur le gouvernement</a> pour qu'il paye ses fonctionnaires avec exactitude, paye après paye.</p> <p>Pendant des années, le <a href="http://toujourslapourvous.ca/infos/">système Phénix</a> a mal prélevé les cotisations syndicales de près de 150?000 membres de l’Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada. Des milliers de fonctionnaires ont soit payé trop de cotisations, soit pas assez.</p> <p>En novembre, le gouvernement sera enfin en mesure de corriger les erreurs de Phénix, et les cotisations des membres de l’AFPC seront à nouveau correctement prélevées.</p> <blockquote> <h3 class="rtecenter" id="page-title"><a href="http://syndicatafpc.ca/cotisations/FAQ"><span style="color:#B22222;">Rajustement Des Cotisations Syndicales : Foire Aux Questions</span></a></h3> </blockquote> <div> <h2 align="left">Un système défaillant</h2> </div> <p>L’AFPC a un système établi depuis longtemps pour calculer les cotisations de ses membres. Les données sont mises à jour tous les mois et envoyées au gouvernement pour être entrées dans le système de paye. Cependant, à cause du dysfonctionnement de Phénix, le gouvernement n’a pas été en mesure d’appliquer les mises à jour depuis mars 2016.</p> <p>Cela a causé des erreurs de paye pour des milliers de fonctionnaires, surtout ceux qui ont connu d’importants changements par rapport à leur emploi, par exemple ceux qui ont eu une promotion, changé de poste, pris un congé parental ou pris leur retraite.</p> <div> <h2 align="left">Un problème répandu</h2> </div> <p>En raison de l’incapacité du système de bien calculer les cotisations, plus de 39?000 membres de l’AFPC ont payé trop de cotisations et ont donc droit à un remboursement. Nous avons estimé que les remboursements atteindront près de 2,6 millions de dollars.</p> <p>Malheureusement, beaucoup d’autres membres, soit près de 111?000, n’ont pas assez payé de cotisations. Pour ces membres, nous ferons des prélèvements de recouvrement à partir du 14?novembre.</p> <p>La majorité de ces membres nous doivent moins de 300 $. Conformément à nos politiques, le recouvrement se fera en petits montants et sera étalé sur plusieurs payes. En outre, l’AFPC a aussi pour politique de ne pas récupérer plus qu'un montant équivalent à une année de cotisations, même si le membre doit plus que ce montant.</p> <p>Notre manque à gagner au titre des cotisations atteint presque 20 millions de dollars. Les cotisations syndicales servent à financer des services essentiels pour nos membres, par exemple la négociation collective et la représentation juridique, la défense des griefs et la formation. Nous ne pénaliserons pas nos membres pour l'erreur que le gouvernement a commise en implantant Phénix. Nous ne nous attendons pas à pouvoir recouvrer tout l'argent qui nous est d? auprès de nos membres. Nous prendrons tous les moyens juridiques disponibles pour nous faire rembourser par le gouvernement les arriérés de cotisations que nous ne pouvons pas récupérer auprès des membres.</p> <div> <h2 align="left">Qu’est-ce que cela signifie pour les membres de l’AFPC?</h2> </div> <p>Le système Phénix sera en mesure de rajuster les cotisations cet automne. Les membres recevront une lettre en novembre leur donnant des précisions sur leur situation concernant les cotisations. à partir de la paye du 14 novembre, les cotisations seront à nouveau correctement prélevées.</p> <p><strong>Les membres qui ont trop payé de cotisations</strong> <strong>seront remboursés.</strong> Nous verserons le <a href="http://syndicatafpc.ca/cotisations/FAQ">montant <strong>total</strong> qui leur est d?</a> sur une paye ou deux. à partir de janvier 2019, les cotisations devraient être calculées selon le nouveau taux réduit.</p> <p><strong>Pour les membres qui ont un arriéré de cotisations</strong>, l’AFPC procédera au recouvrement d’un <u>maximum d’une année de cotisations</u>, mais cela ne sera pas fait d’un seul coup. Le recouvrement sera étalé sur plusieurs payes et se fera <a href="http://syndicatafpc.ca/cotisations/FAQ">en petits montants correspondant au montant des cotisations mensuelles normales</a>. La majorité des membres nous doivent moins de 300 $; pour eux, le recouvrement ne devrait pas prendre plus de deux ou trois mois.</p> <blockquote> <h3 class="rtecenter"><strong><span style="color:#B22222;">Si vous avez des questions au sujet des arriérés des cotisations syndicales, </span><a href="http://syndicatafpc.ca/renseignements-sur-cotisations"><span style="color:#008080;">vous pouvez remplir notre formulaire</span></a><span style="color:#B22222;"> de demande de renseignements.</span></strong></h3> </blockquote> </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/federal-government">Federal government</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/phoenix">Phoenix</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/uniondues">Union dues</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-audience field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Audience:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/audience/uninvolved-members">Uninvolved members</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/audience/active-members">Active members</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/shop-stewards">Shop stewards</a></li></ul></section><div class="field field-name-field-publication-date field-type-datestamp field-label-inline clearfix view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Publication Date:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><span class="date-display-single">Tuesday, October 9, 2018 - 9:00am</span></div> </div> </div> Tue, 18 Sep 2018 20:30:37 +0000 brownt 7063 at/352 Phoenix: Years Of Membership Dues Errors To Be Corrected https://www.google.com//352/dues <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>The Phoenix pay system has been a disaster for our members. Members have been underpaid, overpaid and not paid at all.?<a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/learn-more/">Learn more</a> about what the union has been doing to get this fixed.</p> <p>Not deducting union dues correctly is one more way that Phoenix has failed public sector workers. <a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/sign">You can help us push the government</a> to pay public sector workers correctly, every pay day.</p> <p>For several years, the <a href="http://hereforcanada.ca/learn-more/">Phoenix payroll system</a> has been incorrectly collecting membership dues from nearly 150,000 members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada. Thousands of federal public service workers have been overpaying or underpaying union dues.</p> <p>In November, the government will finally be in a position to fix these Phoenix errors, and PSAC members will see the correct dues amount on their paycheques moving forward.</p> <blockquote> <h3 class="rtecenter"><strong><a href="/352/dues/FAQ"><span style="color:#B22222;">Read our most frequently asked questions.</span></a></strong></h3> </blockquote> <div> <h2 align="left">A broken system</h2> </div> <p>PSAC has a long-established system to determine the correct dues for each of its members. This information is updated monthly and sent to the government to be implemented, but due to Phoenix, the government has failed to process this information since March 2016.</p> <p>This has affected thousands of workers, and particularly those that have undergone significant changes like members who have been promoted, changed positions, gone on parental leave, or retired.</p> <div> <h2 align="left">A widespread problem</h2> </div> <p>The Phoenix pay system’s failure to process membership dues correctly means that over 39,000 PSAC members are owed a refund. Current estimates state that nearly $2.6 million in membership dues will be refunded to our members.</p> <p>Many more workers unfortunately, nearly 111,000, have been underpaying dues and will see recovery payments begin on November 14<sup>th</sup>. Thankfully, the majority of these workers owe less than $300 and PSAC has policies in place that ensure the amount will only be recovered in small payments over several pay periods. In addition, as a policy, PSAC does not retroactively collect more than 1 years’ worth of membership dues from their members - even if they owe more than this amount.</p> <p>PSAC itself is owed nearly $20 million in membership dues needed to fund essential union services such as collective bargaining, legal representation, grievance support and training. ?We will not penalize our members for the government's mistake in launching Phoenix. We do not expect to be able to collect everything we are owed from our members. We will pursue all legal avenues to recover money owed to us by the government, that we cannot collect from members.??</p> <div> <h2 align="left">What does this mean for PSAC members?</h2> </div> <p>The Phoenix pay system will apply membership dues adjustments this fall. Letters to members with details about their specific dues’ situation will be sent out in November. On November 14<sup>th</sup>, PSAC members will see the correct membership dues amount on their paycheques, and then they will find themselves in one of two categories:</p> <p><strong>You have overpaid your membership dues and are owed a refund.</strong></p> <p>PSAC will refund the <strong><a href="/352/dues/FAQ">total amount owed</a></strong> to you. You will receive the refund over 1 to 2 paycheques. Beginning in January 2019, your membership dues should be updated and collected at the new 2019 reduced rate.</p> <p><strong>You have been underpaying membership dues and are in arrears.</strong></p> <p>PSAC will <u>only recover up to 1 years’ worth of union dues</u> and we will not collect this in one large lump sum. The rate of recovery is <a href="/352/dues/FAQ">always equal to the monthly amount of union dues</a> a member would normally pay. These relatively small recovery payments will take place over several pay periods.? For most of our members who owe less than $300, this shouldn’t take more than 2 to 3 months.</p> <blockquote> <h3 class="rtecenter"><strong><span style="color:#B22222;">If you have concerns regarding arrears owed, </span><a href="/352/dues/form"><span style="color:#008080;">please fill in this form</span></a><span style="color:#B22222;"> to request additional information.</span></strong></h3> </blockquote> </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/federal-government">Federal government</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/phoenix">Phoenix</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/uniondues">Union dues</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-audience field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Audience:&nbsp;</h2><ul class="field-items"><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/audience/uninvolved-members">Uninvolved members</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/audience/active-members">Active members</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/audience/leadership">Leadership</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/shop-stewards">Shop stewards</a></li></ul></section><div class="field field-name-field-publication-date field-type-datestamp field-label-inline clearfix view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Publication Date:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even"><span class="date-display-single">Tuesday, October 9, 2018 - 9:00am</span></div> </div> </div> Tue, 18 Sep 2018 20:30:11 +0000 brownt 7062 at/352 La décision du Conseil national d’administration au sujet des cotisations https://www.google.com//352/node/6298 <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>Camarades,</p> <p>à sa réunion d’octobre, le Conseil national d’administration (CNA) de l’AFPC a pris une décision au sujet de la cotisation spéciale que vous versez pour assurer la pérennité du Régime de retraite de l’AFPC.</p> <p><strong>Sa décision ne changera en rien le montant de la cotisation spéciale que vous versez à l’heure actuelle, qui s’élève en moyenne à 2,45?$ par mois. Mais au lieu que l’argent soit réservé au Régime de retraite de l’AFPC – qui est en santé – il servira au fonctionnement de l’organisation jusqu’à ce que nous recevions les cotisations syndicales qui nous sont dues. Vu le lamentable état de Phénix, nous ne pouvons pas demander à l’employeur de ne plus retenir la cotisation spéciale sans compliquer encore davantage les problèmes de paye. </strong></p> <p>Les délégués au congrès national triennal?2012 de l’AFPC ont voté pour percevoir une cotisation spéciale afin d’assurer la solvabilité du Régime de retraite de l’AFPC. Grace à vous, ce fonds s’élève à près de 30 millions de dollars. Une évaluation du régime en ao?t dernier nous porte à croire que cette somme offre suffisamment de stabilité pour assurer nos arrières.</p> <p>En temps normal, le CNA mettrait tout simplement fin à la cotisation spéciale. Cependant, comme nous en sommes cruellement conscients, rien n’est normal à l’heure actuelle.</p> <p>Nous savons qu’un grand nombre de nos membres en ont subi les conséquences. Nous nous sommes consacrés à les aider et à aider nos membres au centre de la paye qui vivent dans un état de stress insupportable.</p> <p>Au cours des prochains mois, nous exercerons encore plus de pression sur l’employeur pour qu’il vous paye comme il se doit et qu’il vous dédommage pour l’immense préjudice que vous avez subi.?</p> <p>Les ratés de Phénix ont privé les membres de leur d? et leur syndicat, de ses revenus.</p> <p>Autrement dit, ?a fait 18 mois que nous ne pouvons pas ajuster les cotisations de nos membres, c’est-à-dire rembourser ce qu’ils ont payé en trop ou recouvrer ce qu’ils doivent. Nous cherchons une solution et comptons nous battre pour que l’employeur nous rembourse le montant de toutes les cotisations qu’il nous doit. D’ailleurs, nous exigeons qu’il nous verse une avance.</p> <p>Jusqu’à ce qu’il s’exécute, notre syndicat est en proie à un manque à gagner bien réel et assez substantiel.</p> <p>Conformément au budget adopté au congrès de 2015, ??une diminution de 2?% ou plus des revenus – ou de 1,5 million de dollars – servira d’élément déclencheur pour le prélèvement spécial. Le montant exact de la cotisation dépendra de la somme d’argent nécessaire pour atteindre le niveau de revenu budgété.??</p> <p>Nous anticipons un déficit d’environ 6 millions de dollars à la fin de l’année, qui représente presque 7?% des revenus prévus.</p> <p>Si nous appliquions à la lettre les instructions données au congrès, la cotisation spéciale serait plus élevée que celle que vous versez à l’heure actuelle. <strong>Soyez tranquille, ce n’est pas notre intention.</strong></p> <p>La cotisation spéciale fera l’objet d’une comptabilité, d’un suivi et de rapports distincts. Il reviendra au congrès de mai 2018 de déterminer le montant des cotisations futures.</p> <p>Nous tenons à vous remercier de tout c?ur pour votre militantisme et votre soutien dans la tourmente de Phénix. Nous défendons vos intérêts auprès de l’employeur et nous ne lacherons pas avant que soient redressés tous les torts que vous avez subis dans cette histoire.</p> <p>En toute solidarité,</p> <p>Robyn Benson</p> <p>Présidente nationale de l'AFPC</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/payroll">Payroll</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/phoenix">Phoenix</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/uniondues">Union dues</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-embedded-image field-type-image field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Embedded Image:&nbsp;</h2><div class="field-items"><figure class="clearfix field-item even"><img class="image-style-none" src="/352/sites/psac/files/fixphoenix_fb_fr_2.png" width="336" height="336" alt="Arrangez Phénix" title="Arrangez Phénix" /></figure></div></section><div class="field field-name-field-image-placement field-type-list-text field-label-above view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Image Placement:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even">Top Right Quarter</div> </div> </div> Sat, 28 Oct 2017 01:52:57 +0000 choquej 6298 at/352 Update on decisions made by National Board of Directors on dues https://www.google.com//352/update-decisions-made-national-board-directors <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>Dear Brothers and Sisters and Friends,</p> <p>At its October meeting, your PSAC National Board of Directors made a decision about the special dues levy that members have been paying to ensure the health of the PSAC Staff Pension Plan.</p> <p><strong>There will be no impact on the amount of dues that members are currently paying.? Members will continue to pay an average of $2.45 per month in a special dues levy– the same amount now being collected.? Instead of being set aside to use for the PSAC Staff Pension Fund – which is healthy – it will be used to meet our operating costs until we get the Union dues that we are owed. Because of Phoenix, we can’t tell the Employer to stop collecting the amount of the Special Dues Levy, without putting our members’ pay at further risk. </strong></p> <p>At the 2012 PSAC Triennial Convention, delegates voted to put this special levy in place to ensure the solvency of the PSAC Staff Pension Plan. Because of your contributions, we now have about $30 million set aside for this purpose. The PSAC Staff Pension Plan was evaluated again in August and we believe the $30 million that has been set aside offers enough stability to weather a future storm. ?</p> <p>Normally, the National Board of Directors would be able to make a decision to stop the special dues levy.? However, as we all painfully know, the Phoenix pay system makes this anything but a normal time.</p> <p>We know that many members have suffered because of Phoenix. We have focussed our energy on helping members whose pay has been affected, as well as supporting our members who work with the Phoenix pay system and are under tremendous stress.</p> <p>Over the coming months, we will be putting even more pressure on the Employer to pay our members properly and to compensate them for all the pain and suffering that has been caused.?</p> <p>Just as Phoenix means that many of our members have been paid wrongly or not at all, it also means that many of the Union dues being collected are wrong or missing entirely.</p> <p>Quite simply, for the last eighteen months, we have not been able to change the amount of dues that members pay, issue refunds, or collect additional dues owed to the union. We are working on a solution and intend to go after the Employer for every penny of missing dues.? We have demanded an advance from the government on the dues that are owed to the union.</p> <p>In the meantime, our union is suffering from the real and substantial drop in revenues.</p> <p>The PSAC budget passed at the 2015 Convention mandated that: “a fall of 2% or greater of revenue – or the equivalent of $1.5 million – will trigger a Special Levy to the General Fund.? The exact amount of this Special Levy will be determined based on the amount needed to maintain total revenue at the budgeted amount.”</p> <p>By the end of this year PSAC will be short about $6 million in missing dues.? Our revenue is almost 7% less than what we have budgeted.</p> <p>If we apply the Budget as mandated by Convention, we would be implementing a special levy that is higher than the levy for the PSAC Staff Pension Plan. <strong>The National Board of Directors will not implement a higher dues rate.</strong></p> <p>The dues we are collecting for the levy will be separately tracked, monitored, and reported on. Delegates at the PSAC Convention in May 2018 will determine the PSAC dues rate for the future.</p> <p>We want to thank you so much for your activism and support through the Phoenix disaster.? Please know that we are working every day to bring your voices to the Employer.? We will not rest until every wrong done by Phoenix and this Employer is righted.</p> <p>In solidarity,</p> <p>Robyn Benson</p> <p>National President, PSAC</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/payroll">Payroll</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/phoenix">Phoenix</a></li><li class="field-item even"><a href="/352/uniondues">Union dues</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-embedded-image field-type-image field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Embedded Image:&nbsp;</h2><div class="field-items"><figure class="clearfix field-item even"><img class="image-style-none" src="/352/sites/psac/files/fixphoenix_fb_en_2.png" width="336" height="336" alt="Fix Phoenix" title="Fix Phoenix" /></figure></div></section><div class="field field-name-field-image-placement field-type-list-text field-label-above view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Image Placement:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even">Top Right Quarter</div> </div> </div> Sat, 28 Oct 2017 01:46:20 +0000 choquej 6297 at/352 Statut de membre en règle https://www.google.com//352/node/5928 <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>Les problèmes du système de paye Phénix ont?fait en sorte que certains membres en règle ont perdu leur statut parce que leurs cotisations n’ont pas été retenues sur leur paye, même s’ils travaillaient. Malheureusement, il est impossible pour le personnel de l’administration de l’effectif de déterminer s’il s’agit d’une erreur attribuable à Phénix ou à d’autres facteurs (p. ex., congé, retraite).?</p> <p>Afin de déterminer correctement les droits de représentation en vue des prochains congrès, il est essentiel que le statut réel de chaque membre soit réflété. Nous avons donc ajouté <a href="https://syndicatafpc.ca/msmr" target="_blank">un nouveau formulaire en-ligne</a> que peuvent remplir les membres pour confirmer leur statut de membre en règle, malgré l’absence de cotisations. C’est le même formulaire pour tous les membres, qu’ils soient en congé de leur poste d’attache et assujettis aux alinéas 4(2)a) à k) des Statuts de l’AFPC ou qu’ils aient été victimes des ratés de Phénix.</p> <p>C’est le personnel de l’administration de l’effectif qui recevra et traitera les demandes liées à Phénix. Toutes les autres demandes de maintien du statut de membre en règle seront traitées, comme toujours, par le bureau de direction en conformité avec les Statuts de l’AFPC.</p> <p><a href="http://syndicatafpc.ca/msmr" target="_blank">Demande du maintien du statut de membre en règle</a></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/phoenix">Phoenix</a></li><li class="field-item odd"><a href="/352/uniondues">Union dues</a></li></ul></section><section class="field field-name-field-embedded-image field-type-image field-label-above view-mode-rss"><h2 class="field-label">Embedded Image:&nbsp;</h2><div class="field-items"><figure class="clearfix field-item even"><img class="image-style-none" src="/352/sites/psac/files/img_3107_2_0.jpg" width="3264" height="2331" alt="Carte d&#039;adhésion" title="Carte d&#039;adhésion" /></figure></div></section><div class="field field-name-field-image-placement field-type-list-text field-label-above view-mode-rss"> <div class="field-label">Image Placement:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item even">Top Right Half</div> </div> </div> Tue, 06 Jun 2017 18:21:39 +0000 choquej 5928 at/352