What groups does PSAC represent?

What groups does PSAC represent?

Our members work for federal government departments and agencies, Crown Corporations, universities, casinos, community services agencies, Aboriginal communities, airports, and the security sector among others. PSAC is headquartered in Ottawa with 23 regional offices across Canada.

Who is in the PA group?

The PA Group includes over 91,000 employees responsible for program administration, information services, communications, secretarial services, office equipment, administrative services, welfare programs, clerical functions and data processing.

When was the PSAC collective agreement signed?

PSAC and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) today signed the new collective agreement that was ratified by PSAC-UTE members on September 29. The contract covers around 27,500 federal public service workers. PSAC has now signed collective agreements for nearly 120,000 federal public service workers.

What is a bargaining agent?

A bargaining agent is: a union certified by the Labour Relations Board as the exclusive agent of a group of employees of an employer. a person or employers’ organization accredited by the Labour Relations Board and/or authorized by an employer member to bargain on its behalf.

What is GT classification Government of Canada?

GT – General Technical Group.

What are terms & conditions of employment?

What Are Terms of Employment? These terms, which may also be referred to as conditions of employment, generally include job responsibilities, work hours, dress code, time off the job, and starting salary. They may also include benefits such as health insurance, life insurance, and retirement plans.

How does the collective bargaining work?

How does collective bargaining work? Collective bargaining is a process through which the employee union and employer representatives exchange ideas, mutually solve problems, and reach a written agreement. The resulting approved contract binds both groups.

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