- language that enshrines your right to a workplace free of harassment and violence, the first in the Canadian public service
- parental leave top-up expanded by 5 weeks when both parents work for the federal public service
- a historic win of 10 paid days of leave for survivors and victims of domestic violence
- members returning to work from parental leave will no longer be obligated to repay top-up if they move between departments or agencies for a new role
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