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  • Women’s rightsCustoms and Immigration Union
    Profile History National Representatives Life Honourary Members Publications Rules Regulations Reports Issue Women s rights Home Current Issues Women s rights CBSA s removal of its female officers for religious travellers is unacceptable 19 August A recent decision by the Canada Border Services Agency to remove female officers from their posts so that religious travellers can avoid being screened by female border officers is unacceptable said the Public Service Alliance

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/issue/womens-rights/ (2015-04-05)
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  • CBSA’s removal of its female officers for religious travellers is unacceptable | Customs and Immigration Union
    Representatives Life Honourary Members Publications Rules Regulations Reports Home Current Issues Women s rights CBSA s removal of its female officers for religious travellers is unacceptable CBSA s removal of its female officers for religious travellers is unacceptable 19 August 2014 Posted in Women s rights By National Office A recent decision by the Canada Border Services Agency to remove female officers from their posts so that religious travellers can avoid being screened by female border officers is unacceptable said the Public Service Alliance of Canada As a woman a federal public servant and a Canadian I find this not only objectionable but offensive said Robyn Benson National President of the PSAC CBSA has an obligation to treat all of its employees equally PSAC is consulting legal counsel to ensure that CBSA management is prevented from ever taking these measures again Since this incident became public our members have brought forward other cases of religious travellers being given special consideration PSAC CIU members work on the front lines to protect Canadians Decisions such as this undermine their ability to do their job and demonstrate yet again that CBSA is acting in an irresponsible and disrespectful manner towards its employees See

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2014/08/cbsas-removal-of-its-female-officers-for-religious-travellers-is-unacceptable/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Public Service cutsCustoms and Immigration Union
    Life Honourary Members Publications Rules Regulations Reports Issue Public Service cuts Home Current Issues Public Service cuts CIU takes part in a demo at the St Armand border 23 September On Friday September 19th in the context of the solidarity campaign sponsored by PSAC Quebec during which a demonstration takes place on on the 19th day of each month members of the Customs and Immigration Union joined their Sisters and Brothers of PSAC Quebec in St Armand Quebec to denounce the conservative government s policies and budget cuts Federal court upholds PSAC alternation victory 28 July The Federal Court of Canada recently confirmed the PSAC s alternation victory by dismissing Treasury Board s application In February 2014 the Federal Court heard an application for judicial review brought forward by Treasury Board challenging the alternation policy grievance decision issued by the Public Service Labour Relations Board PSLRB which was in favour of PSAC The court rejected Watch new video featuring PSAC members take a stand against the cuts 16 June Today the federal government launches the National Public Service Week PSAC and CIU have boycotted it but it doesn t mean we are staying silent Cuts to public services are having

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/issue/public-service-cuts/ (2015-04-05)
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  • CIU takes part in a demo at the St. Armand border | Customs and Immigration Union
    at the St Armand border CIU takes part in a demo at the St Armand border 23 September 2014 Posted in Public Service cuts By National Office On Friday September 19th in the context of the solidarity campaign sponsored by PSAC Quebec during which a demonstration takes place on on the 19 th day of each month members of the Customs and Immigration Union joined their Sisters and Brothers of PSAC Quebec in St Armand Quebec to denounce the conservative government s policies and budget cuts at the border Members of the Union of National Defence Employees UNDE were also present in support to their Sisters and Brothers Without the necessary staff to ensure an effective front line and intelligence capability it will be difficult to prevent firearms drugs terrorists sexual predators and hardened criminals from entering our country said Jean Pierre Fortin National President CIU For more pictures of the event check out our Facebook page This entry was posted on September 23 2014 by Jonathan Choquette Other articles posted in Public Service cuts Federal court upholds PSAC alternation victory 28 July The Federal Court of Canada recently confirmed the PSAC s alternation victory by dismissing Treasury Board s

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2014/09/ciu-takes-part-of-a-demo-at-the-st-armand-border/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Federal court upholds PSAC alternation victory | Customs and Immigration Union
    Court of Canada recently confirmed the PSAC s alternation victory by dismissing Treasury Board s application In February 2014 the Federal Court heard an application for judicial review brought forward by Treasury Board challenging the alternation policy grievance decision issued by the Public Service Labour Relations Board PSLRB which was in favour of PSAC The court rejected Treasury Board s argument that employees about to lose their jobs had limited rights when it comes to alternation The PSAC successfully argued that Treasury Board s view made no sense and directly violated the key WFAA objective of maximizing employment opportunities for affected employees This decision confirms PSAC s policy grievance and strengthens the employer s obligation to establish an effective alternation system Treasury Board now must take responsibility for its failure on alternation and immediately ensure all departments respect the collective agreement The PSAC will continue to make sure that employees who wish to find an alternate have been given every possible opportunity to do so under the terms of the collective agreement This entry was posted on July 28 2014 by Jonathan Choquette Other articles posted in Public Service cuts CIU takes part in a demo at the St Armand

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2014/07/federal-court-upholds-psac-alternation-victory/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Watch new video featuring PSAC members take a stand against the cuts | Customs and Immigration Union
    National Representatives Life Honourary Members Publications Rules Regulations Reports Home Current Issues Public Service cuts Watch new video featuring PSAC members take a stand against the cuts Watch new video featuring PSAC members take a stand against the cuts 16 June 2014 Posted in Public Service cuts By National Office Today the federal government launches the National Public Service Week PSAC and CIU have boycotted it but it doesn t mean we are staying silent Cuts to public services are having a negative effect on Canadians from all walks of life Watch our new video featuring PSAC members take a stand against the cuts Share this new video with friends co workers and family and send a clear message we are going to stand together to stop the cuts to public services This entry was posted on June 16 2014 by Jonathan Choquette Other articles posted in Public Service cuts CIU takes part in a demo at the St Armand border 23 September On Friday September 19th in the context of the solidarity campaign sponsored by PSAC Quebec during which a demonstration takes place on on the 19th day of each month members of the Customs and Immigration Union joined

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2014/06/watch-new-video-featuring-psac-members-take-a-stand-against-the-cuts/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Sick LeaveCustoms and Immigration Union
    Honourary Members Publications Rules Regulations Reports Issue Sick Leave Home Current Issues Sick Leave Sign the pledge Support healthy workplaces 30 October No one should face a choice between going to work sick or losing pay Treasury Board has proposed a Go to work sick plan that would encourage people to come to work sick passing the germs onto their co workers or the public they serve Support paid sick leave for federal government workers and for all workers across Government tables Go to work sick proposal for federal public service 11 September During negotiations with the Public Service Alliance of Canada yesterday federal government negotiators tabled a proposal that would gut the sick leave provisions for employees of the federal public service Sick leave doesn t cost government extra PBO report 23 July The Parliamentary Budget Officer released a new report today concluding that it costs almost nothing extra to pay sick leave to federal civil servants Any changes in sick leave must be negotiated 2 May Recently CBSA sent an email notice to employees at CBSA promoting a Workplace Wellness and Productivity Strategy for federal government employees This notice promoted a new employer strategy for managing sick leave

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/issue/sick-leave/ (2015-04-05)
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  • Sign the pledge: Support healthy workplaces | Customs and Immigration Union
    losing pay Treasury Board has proposed a Go to work sick plan that would encourage people to come to work sick passing the germs onto their co workers or the public they serve Support paid sick leave for federal government workers and for all workers across Canada Show your support sign the pledge This entry was posted on October 30 2014 by Jonathan Choquette Other articles posted in Sick Leave

    Original URL path: http://www.ciu-sdi.ca/2014/10/sign-the-pledge-support-healthy-workplaces/ (2015-04-05)
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