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- Plains of Abraham strike ends with major win for workers
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I wonder how many government employees are finding it hard to relate to the Treasury Board of Canada’s National Public Service Week slogan: “Proudly Serving Canadians”?
2011: individuals and single-parent families who were homeless and received last-resort financial assistance on October 1, 2011, are entitled to compensation under the program.
The following is an excerpt from Destination: Home’s website about how they are helping to find homes for homeless people:
(an excerpt from the United Way Ottawa website) IMPROVE CONDITIONS FOR THE CHRONICALLY HOMELESS, FOR YOUTH FACING ADDICTIONS, AND FOR PEOPLE AND FAMILIES DEALING WITH POVERTY, MENTAL ILLNESS AND VIOLENCE.
Boss Trouble Question: My manager won’t let me make any decisions on my own. She complains about everything I do. I hate going in to work and have used up almost all my sick days. Answer: If you are feeling … Continue reading
Question: I joined the Public Service in December 2010 and had a pre-existing medical condition. For the 1st three months of my employment, the health issues were not a problem. However, they have recurred recently and I may need … Continue reading
Job Loss and Financial Worries Question: My husband’s company is downsizing and his hours are going to be cut. It is only a matter of time before his position is cut completely. We are worried about our finances and what … Continue reading
Last week, the Ottawa Citizen ran a news story about the two largest Public Service unions in Canada (PSAC and PIPS) joining forces to urge Treasury Board to get the alternation program up and running quickly – moving from words … Continue reading
Question – I have been on sick leave without pay for a year and a half. My employer advised me that my substantive position is being filled with an indeterminate employee and, if and when I return to work, I … Continue reading