The PSAC and the Union of Canadian Transportation Employees (UCTE) requested conciliation in October to encourage the employer to return to the table with an improved mandate to reach a preliminary agreement for members working at NAV CANADA. Our bargaining team thanks all NAV CANADA members for their continued support of a fair and equitable collective agreement. We are pleased to inform you that PSAC BC`s FNHA bargaining team and the employers have reached an agreement in principle. The DCL 22000 negotiating team has reached a preliminary agreement with B.C. The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) and PSAC members now have. Members of PSAC DCL Local 22000 who work for BC`s First Nations Health Authority. Visit the Local website here psac22000.weebly.com/ The hospital recognizes the Alliance as an exclusive bargaining agent for employees in the classifications contained in the bargaining unit certified by the Labour Relations Board of Canada on November 14, 1996. Musqueam Territory – Vancouver, British Columbia – The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) and the Public Services Alliance of Canada (PSC). After delays due to the pandemic and the employer`s unwillingness to engage in appointments, negotiations for PSAC members.
On the National Day of Remembrance and Action against Violence against Women, the PSAC commemorates the fourteen young women killed on December 6, 1989 at École Polytechnique because they were women, and today, the PSAC is once again committed to ending all forms of gender-based violence. (formerly Fort Qu`appelle Indian Hospital Inc.) (hereinafter referred to as “hospital”) Posted on behalf of PSAC Local 22000 Executive Hello PSAC Local 22000 members, Please come to us for a short.. PSAC National President Chris Aylward has written to Prime Minister Trudeau condemning the escalation of violence against unions and union leaders in Haiti and calling on the Canadian government to act. This is not the right form to get your share of phoenix compensation, which can be up to $2,500. The objective of both parties to this collective agreement is to maintain harmonious relations and regulated terms and conditions of employment between the hospital and the Alliance, to promote cooperation and understanding between the hospital and its staff, to recognize the value of joint discussions and negotiations on all matters relating to terms and conditions of employment, rates of pay and working time. ensure a timely and fair resolution to complaints, promote the well-being of all bargaining unit staff, promote the effective operation of the hospital and give priority consideration to the well-being of hospital patients, and provide First Nations and public people with optimal hospital and clinical services. Excessive workloads, tight transit times and several incompatible processes and computerized systems are causing delays for Veterans in accessing the services they desperately need.. . .