29 July 2019
On June 18, 2019, PIPSC President Debi Daviau had the honour of addressing members of the Federal Black Employee Caucus (FBEC), an organization dedicated to combatting career obstacles in the public service such as racism, harassment, and under-representation.
26 July 2019
On May 1, 2019 President Debi Daviau communicated our strong opposition to moving RCMP civilian members to the failed Phoenix pay system. RCMP Commissioner Lucki responded May 16 indicating her plans to go ahead. We are not backing down, and President Daviau has responded making that clear.
10 July 2019
May 29, 2019 Patrick Borbey President, The Public Service Commission 22 Eddy Street Gatineau QC K1A 0M7 By email: email@example.com
1 March 2019
I strongly urge you to delay the proposed GC Workplace implementation date (March 31, 2019) until such time as proper consultation has taken place, all information about the project shared with PIPSC and other bargaining agents, and remedial action taken to correct its deficiencies.
28 November 2018
I look forward to working with you and your team in my capacity as the Chief Human Resources Officer, as we work together to support a strong and proud Public Service of Canada.
18 October 2018
I am writing today as a follow-up to my October 15, 2018 letter about the most recent Public Service Employee Survey (PSES).
15 October 2018
I am writing today about the contracting-out to Advanis, a Canadian market and social research firm, of the administration of the 2018 Public Service Employee Survey (PSES). As you know, previous surveys had been administered by Statistics Canada on behalf of your Office.
10 September 2018
I am writing today to bring to your attention an important issue that affects hundreds of your constituents employed by the federal government across several departments and agencies in the riding of Gaspésie—Les îles de la Madeleine.
30 August 2018
I am writing on behalf of Canada’s federal nuclear workers, hundreds of whom are represented by our union, the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada.
1 August 2018
In the wake of the Phoenix pay crisis, it is no comfort to public service employees to hear from their Clerk that firing them is too difficult. At times like these, my members would prefer to see leadership and vision on how to move forward and ensure employees are paid correctly and on time.