Member services | PSAC

By: Public Service Alliance-canada  09-12-2011
Keywords: Public Service

These pages provide information about the Work Force Adjustment Appendix (WFAA) negotiated for Treasury Board employees. It forms part of your collective agreement and complements provisions in the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA) and regulations.

PSAC members who are employed by the federal government can use this page to look up their PSAC ID.

The PSAC Scholarship Program offers 15 scholarships to PSAC members and their children.

The PSAC offers service awards in recognition to its member officers at any level who have continuously, over a period of ten years or more, served the Alliance membership.

Union-made, PSAC-branded clothing and other items from Cavan Advertising.

PSAC produces print newsletters, reports, calendars to distribute to members.

PSAC offers its members good rates on home, vehicle, and group life insurance, hotel, moving and car rental discounts and a special reduced-interest rate MasterCard for our members and their immediate families.

PSAC gives its members advice, representation and offers technical assistance to elected officers, staff and PSAC members on interpreting and applying public and private disability insurance.

Members have access to introductory and advanced courses, held on evenings, weekends and in-residence conducted by our staff. Members are also trained to deliver union educationals, often at the worksite.

Staff act as a resource to anti-discrimination, human rights and women's committees within the union to eliminate discrimination in the workplace through negotiations and ensure a discrimination-free union.

Members receive training on how to represent their co-workers using a grievance procedure to resolve complaints. Experienced staff represent members in the arbitration process when grievances are referred to an independent third party for resolution.

Staff work with Local Health and Safety Committees, lobby for better health and safety laws and negotiate health and safety provisions in collective agreements.

The PSAC's Human Rights Program's provides support to members from equity groups to discuss, identify and strategize around how to best address issues of particular concern to them.

The PSAC Pension Program provides advice, representation and technical assistance to elected officers, staff and PSAC members on interpretation and application of public and private sector pension plans and associated pension legislation and regulations.

Are you a PSAC shop steward? Take our survey. You could win an iPad 2
Shop Stewards play a central role in the PSAC.

The Women's Program continues to expand with on-going conferences at the regional and national levels as well as through the development of campaigns and initiatives on emerging issues.

Date Modified : 2011/07/25

Keywords: Public Service

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