Government of Canada & PIPSC to collaborate on pay system solution
Replace Phoenix
 
PIPSC President Debi Daviau and Treasury Board President Scott Brison announced they will collaborate using evidence to secure a new, transparent, accurate and integrated, end-to-end HR to pay system.

Together we will develop a new sustainable system based on the principles learned from the errors of the past and drawing on the best ideas from around the world and the talents of our professional public service employees. We will keep a relentless focus on the end user – the public service employees of Canada.
 
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Thank you to our professional public service employees
The Institute celebrates our hard working Public Servants!

We recognize our members for their professionalism, dedication, and determination to serve Canadians, even when knowing they may not be paid correctly, if at all.

Public Servants have gone above and beyond over the past two years to perform their jobs without the trust and security of a consistent pay cheque. President Debi Daviau extends her thanks and appreciation in honour of National Public Service Week here.
 
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AG Report
Auditor General's Report:
Phoenix is an “incomprehensible failure”

Michael Ferguson's second and final report was recently released. Learn more about his findings and PIPSC's recommendations for moving forward.

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PIPSC Pride - Get involved!
2018 Pride celebrations are happening across the country. If you'd like PIPSC pride swag or are interested in getting involved please reach out to our mobilization team:

bettertogether@pipsc.ca
 
Training and Education
Help us build a new education and training model!
Through a revamped education and training model, we are offering exciting new ways for stewards and members to be involved by leading Lunch & Learns. The slide deck is prepared, easy to use, and you are provided with guidance from in-house experts on the subject. Be part of the change, get involved today!

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PIPSC Celebrates the Legacy Foundation
Daniel Rees (Senior Manager at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada), Mbombo Malonde Kapacala (scholarship laureate from the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa) and Debi Daviau (PIPSC President).
On June 6 we brought together our labour relations community to build and strengthen our relationships. PIPSC thanked our many business partners that generously support the charitable activities of the Legacy Foundation.

The Foundation has awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving students across the country. Learn more about the Foundation's work and partnerships here: http://www.pipsc.ca/portal/page/portal/website/legacy
 
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Reminder – Legacy Foundation Scholarship Application Deadline:
July 13, 2018
The Institute’s Legacy Foundation would like to remind you that the deadline to submit a scholarship application is July 13, 2018.

To be eligible, applicants must be children or grandchildren of Regular or Retired members in good standing or members who were in good standing at the time of their death.

More information and an official application form can be obtained at www.pipsc.ca/legacy or by email to scholarship@pipsc.ca.
 
 
Fighting for Pensions
 
Debi Daviau speaks at the Rally for Fair pensions
On June 5, PIPSC President Debi Daviau gave a rousing speech calling on the Trudeau government to restore public service pension enrollment for members employed by Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, which the Harper government removed.

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