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Psac Parks Canada Collective Agreement

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and Parks Canada Agency recently reached a new collective agreement after months of negotiations. The agreement, which covers approximately 5,000 employees, provides salary increases, improved job security, and better work-life balance.

One of the key benefits of the new agreement is the salary increases, which are retroactive to 2018. Employees will receive a 2% increase in each year of the agreement, as well as a 1.5% increase for the year 2021. This will help to ensure that Parks Canada remains competitive in attracting and retaining talented employees.

Another important aspect of the agreement is job security. Included in the agreement is a commitment by Parks Canada to convert all term employees to indeterminate status within four years. This provides a sense of stability for employees who may have been working on a temporary basis for an extended period of time.

In addition, the agreement includes provisions to improve work-life balance. This includes a new leave provision for employees who experience domestic violence, which provides them with up to 10 days of paid leave to seek support and take care of personal matters. The agreement also includes an increase in family-related leave, which can now be used for a wider range of family-related purposes.

The new collective agreement is a positive step forward for both PSAC and Parks Canada employees. It reflects a commitment to fair compensation, job security, and work-life balance, which are all vital aspects of ensuring a healthy and productive workplace. By working together, both parties have created an agreement that is mutually beneficial and sets a strong foundation for future collaboration.