- PSAC-UNDE report reveals privatization at DND costs Canadians more while delivering less
- PSAC-CIU bargaining team tables wages in negotiations 7000-10-28
- PSAC and Treasury Board sign PA, TC and Phoenix deals 3400-10-28
- NAV CANADA members joined together for PSAC’s first digital bargaining conference 7900-10-28
- Victory: Supreme Court reaffirms women’s equality in the workplace
Category Archives: Workplace survival tips
By Jackie Lee Agnew Career Coaching: 9 Key Things I Tell Clients Looking for a New Career!
Resilience (or resiliency) is our ability to adapt and bounce back when things don’t go as planned. Resilient people don’t wallow or dwell on failures; they acknowledge the situation, learn from their mistakes, and then move forward. Continue reading
Coping with Uncertainty As most of you are aware, it is a very stressful time to be a government worker. Where working for the government once felt like a sure thing – pension, salary, benefits – it is now a … Continue reading
By Jackie Agnew Today we live in a fast-paced society that seems to be placing more and more demands on us with each passing year. People are hurrying everywhere, and they’re often rude and short-tempered. Many people are experiencing financial … Continue reading
Turn Stress into Solutions! Would you like a formula for success that you can apply to every problem? A formula that turns stress into solutions? Check out this tool!
Fisheries and Oceans has recently completed work on a Return to Work Program document which serves as a condensed version of a Handbook recently published by the Treasury Board Secretariat. The objective of this document is to provide managers with … Continue reading
Acting Assignments (affectation intérimaire) – means a situation where an employee is required to perform temporarily the duties of a higher classification level for at least the qualifying period specified in the collective agreement or the terms and conditions of … Continue reading
Today many of our members met with management about the latest on Strategic Review impacts to about 400 positions within Fisheries and Oceans Canada across the country. Some of our members here in Ottawa will also have received notices today … Continue reading