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Treasury Board

There are approximately 12,000 PSAC members in BC who work for the Treasury Board, in a huge variety of jobs. Here is a collection of news and bargaining information related to Treasury Board. For more information visit the national website.

Treasury Board Bargaining Update: PSAC calls on the government to take action on mental health and child care during negotiations

Jan 21, 2015 •

Our PA, TC, SV, EB, and FB teams spent the week in negotiations with Treasury Board, seeking significant improvements to the mental health provisions in our collective agreements as well improved child care options for public service workers. These proposals were tabled during negotiations with Treasury Board on Tuesday January 13.

Audio: Robyn Benson on CFRA News Talk Radio, January 8 2015

Jan 14, 2015 •

Robyn Benson, PSAC National President, talks to Rick Gibbons on CFRA Radio in Ottawa about the ongoing negotiations with the federal government, sick leave, the upcoming election, and year ahead for federal public sector workers.

PSAC calls on the government to take action on mental health and child care during negotiations

Jan 14, 2015 •

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is seeking significant improvements to the mental health provisions in their collective agreements as well improved child care options for public service workers.

The union tabled these proposals during negotiations with Treasury Board on Tuesday January 1

Video: We keep Canadians safe

Jan 12, 2015 •

As Canadians, when we go to work every day, ride the train, fly in a plane, or enjoy our natural environment, how do we know we are safe and secure?

PSAC pushes for transparency and healthy workplaces in negotiations with Treasury Board

Nov 21, 2014 •

PSAC spent the week of November 18 in negotiations with Treasury Board, seeking to improve workplace conditions on behalf of more than 100,000 of our members. In doing so, we put forward proposals that would both protect workers strengthen public services for all Canadians.

PSAC fights for healthier workplaces in negotiations with government

Nov 13, 2014 •

Our union is in the midst of negotiations with the federal government on behalf of 100,000 members that work for Treasury Board. PSAC is putting forward concrete proposals that will make federal workplaces healthier. Because healthy workplaces mean better services for all Canadians.

Support healthy workplaces!

Oct 28, 2014 •

No one should face a choice between going to work sick or losing pay. Sign the pledge today!

Treasury Board bargaining teams reject attacks on sick leave, promote public services

Sep 16, 2014 •

Our union spent the week of September 9th in negotiations with Treasury Board. We were united in our mission to improve working conditions and reject attacks on crucial benefits such as sick leave.

The government wants you to work while sick. We say no way.

Sep 11, 2014 •

The federal government tabled its “go-to-work-sick” proposal for the federal public service yesterday. Its plan would gut your sick leave provisions.
 
If implemented, workers will be forced to choose between going to work sick or losing pay for basic necessities.

PSAC releases new video: Standing together for bargaining, standing together for public services

Jul 22, 2014 •

From July 8-10, PSAC's newly elected bargaining teams met in Ottawa to start negotiations with Treasury Board.

Our new video, Standing together for bargaining, standing together for public services features negotiating team members talking about the importance of membership engagement in the bargaining process.

Share this video to demonstrate that we are united in defending public services and the working conditions of the people who provide them. 

PSAC stands strong as negotiations with Treasury Board kick off

Jul 10, 2014 •

This week, PSAC begins the formal bargaining process with Treasury Board, negotiations that will impact more than 90,000 members.

Before sitting down at the table with the employer, we held meetings with our members all across the country. We heard loud and clear that PSAC members want to protect strong public services for all Canadians.

The following principles will guide us at the bargaining table:

PSAC files complaint over Treasury Board sick leave tactics

Jul 10, 2014 •

PSAC filed an unfair labour practice complaint on Monday, July 7th in response to Treasury Board’s efforts to claw back sick leave benefits from employees.

Treasury Board is moving unilaterally to put in place a Short Term Disability scheme even though its collective agreements with employee unions provide paid sick days and engaging in misleading communications to the public and employees.

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