Phoenix 3rd Anniversary | Mike Pauley, Building Bridges | 2018 Public Service Employee Survey Results
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Phoenix 3rd Anniversary
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PIPSC marked the third anniversary of Phoenix with a Do Better National Week of Action. Members organized events in their workplaces and leafleted. President Debi Daviau made our voices heard loud and clear in her call for sufficient funds in the next budget to ensure Phoenix’s replacement proceeds without delay. Get the latest Central Bargaining updates.
Phoenix Media Coverage
Mike Pauley, Building Bridges
Mike Pauley
Each day PIPSC members go to work to protect and serve Canadians in a hundred different ways: they save lives, protect the environment and grow the economy.

March is National Engineering Month, so it’s fitting to showcase Mike Pauley a professional engineer for New Brunswick’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure who manages large projects that are often highly political and controversial. “When you’re managing these major infrastructure projects, I think the public has to take comfort in the fact that they have a person who works for the province who is going to do the right thing in their eyes,” says Mike. Ultimately, the goal is always to deliver a project that serves the public’s interests.
Meet Mike Pauley
2018 Public Service Employee Survey Results
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The results of the 2018 Public Service Employee Survey are in. Check out our analysis of how public servants are faring in terms of harassment in the workplace, psychological wellness, and Phoenix.
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Young Workers Forum
2019 Young Workers Forum
PIPSC young workers from across Canada met for two days to build capacity and make plans for the regional rollout of the Do Better bargaining campaign. If you’re a young worker looking to get involved in PIPSC, click the link to learn more.

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2019 Gold Medal Nominations
We are now accepting nominations for the 2019 Gold Medal Awards! Please nominate members who have made a significant contribution in a field of pure or applied science during their tenure in the public service. April 15th is the deadline to receive nominations.

Canadian Labour Movement
Pharmacare: A Plan for Everyone
Canada’s Labour Leaders Push for Pharmacare
3.5 million Canadians can’t afford to fill their prescriptions. We all need to work together to win a universal prescription drug plan that covers everyone in Canada, regardless of their income, age, or where they work or live.


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