In this age of global trade and factory produced food, and in the wake of the Maple Leaf Foods tragedy that left 23 dead and dozens ill, FoodSafetyFirst.ca advocates for more and better government inspection and less industry self-policing when it comes to food safety.
While the government has announced that employees who have incurred financial expenses because of pay problems may submit a claim, Agriculture Union is encouraging members who have been financially impacted by Phoenix to file a grievance as well, so as to protect their rights.
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Following eight months of negotiations with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), PSAC’s bargaining team has made the difficult decision to declare impasse for more than 4,100 members working at CFIA, and will file for conciliation.
We are in the second year of the government’s aggressive and heavy-handed plan to recover overpayments caused by Phoenix.
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PSAC announces strike votes for 120,000 federal public service members