Planned system maintenance
We are planning a maintenance outage on Sunday, October 22 from 12:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EDT. The old website may not be accessible during this time
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
13 October 2017
During the recent SP Sub-Group Presidents meeting in Québec City, PIPSC was asked to provide you with the formula to calculate your biweekly rate of pay in order to help you determine if you are paid at the right rate.
1 September 2017
Fellow members in the CS, RE, SH and SP Groups, Your respective collective agreements currently stipulate that compensatory leave earned during the previous fiscal year and outstanding on September 30, 2017 is to be automatically cashed-out.
31 July 2017
Fellow SP Group members:
21 July 2017
Hello SP Stewards, Please find below a summary of new changes to our Collective Agreement. Thank you for all your work on the behalf of our members. Elizabeth Ptasznik SP Chief Steward
21 June 2017
To all members of the SP Group, We have received an update from the government about the technical issue that recently affected pay processing for your Group. The government reports that all 1,800 impacted accounts have now been corrected according to the following schedule:
16 June 2017
We received the note below from the Employer regarding Phoenix and a technical issue that may arise with some members' pay. While the Employer assures us that all members will be notified of this concern and that any errors will be corrected in the next pay (June 28, 2017), we want to ensure all SP Group members are aware of the issue and check their pay stub for any potential errors.
8 June 2017
Dear members, The SP Collective Agreement for the period 2014-2018 was signed on May 14, 2017, and has been in effect since then. It is posted online.
17 March 2017
PREAMBLE These By-Laws pertain to matters of Group organization not covered by the By-Laws and Regulations of The Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC) and are made pursuant to those By-Laws and Regulations.