Phoenix Overpayment Recovery Letters
USJE and PSAC have been receiving and responding to many requests for assistance as a result of overpayment recovery letters that members are receiving.
Protect public safety personnel: contact your MP
USJE is seeking all party support for the proposed changes to GECA, as quickly as possible, so that the thousands of federal public safety personnel who keep Canadians safe everyday are no longer left behind to suffer in silence when they develop an occupational stress injury.
Behind the scenes at the RCMP – tell us about your work
This year, USJE plans to showcase the work of USJE’s members at the RCMP who are the operational backbone and play a crucial role in keeping Canadians safe.
Over the next few months, USJE representatives will be visiting RCMP sites across Canada to speak with members. We’re looking for volunteers who are willing to share their stories on video, audio, or in an article with a profile photo.
National Health and Safety Advisory Committee announces new members
The National President, in consultation with the chair and co-chair of the committee selected Tyler Monteith (RCMP, Prairies) and Ian Reodica (RCMP, Ontario) as the new members of the Health and Safety committee.
National FOS Working Group meet to discuss next steps of the Campaign
Food Services Officers employed by the Correctional Service of Canada who are members of USJE met virtually on January 23 to provide an update from each region, discuss common issues and develop a strategy for moving forward.
New USJE Podcast Union Safety Net coming this month
That’s right! As suggested by a USJE member at the last Triennial Convention in Whistler, BC, we are launching Union Safety Net, your exciting monthly USJE podcast!
Union Safety Net is a union podcast for working people.
Research Participants Needed for Research on the Mental Health and Wellbeing Experiences of Legal Support Staff
USJE is inviting legal assistants, clerks, and support staff from Justice Canada and PPSC to take part in a study about the stress they experience on the job. By participating in a one-hour interview, employees will help USJE advocate for improved mental health supports, reduced workloads and better compensation.
Ottawa, March 19-20, 2024
FOS Campaign meeting
May 7, 2024 18:00 EST
USJE National Local Presidents Meeting
Ottawa, June 11-12, 2024
As a USJE-PSAC member, you are eligible for special home and auto insurance rates.
Staff of the Non-Public Funds: Strike action continues, our voices are being heard
NPF members on strike at Canadian Forces bases in Bagotville, Kingston, Montreal, Ottawa, Petawawa, St. Jean, and Valcartier are making their voices heard. Together we can secure real gains for workers, and that’s exactly what we’re doing.
Celebrating Black History Month 2024: Honouring Black labour leaders
February is a time to celebrate, reflect upon, and honour the significant contributions of Canadians of Black, Caribbean or African descent. This year, PSAC is taking the opportunity to highlight the importance of Black leaders in our unions and our communities and renew our support for the Black Class Action’s ongoing fight to eliminate racism and discrimination in the federal public service.