No pay for you

Once again, we call on the Federal Liberals to stop accepting their own pay until all of their employees have had their pay issues resolved.

The Liberal’s may not have initiated the Phoenix system, but it was under their watch that they approved the start of it. Phase 1 was a mess, but people were in line for bonuses if they met timelines for phase 2, so the Liberals authorised phase 2 to go ahead, despite the fact that phase 1 issues were still unresolved.

Now that we have reached a promised deadline that things would be fixed by now (and haven’t been), it is obvious once again that the Liberal government is grossly under qualified to lead this country.

They are already panicking which was obvious when they sent out the following email in advance of their own deadline to their employees (many of whom have not been paid in months or at all this year).


From: Choi K@ADM(HR-Civ)@Ottawa-Hull

Sent: October-28-16 2:42 PM

Subject: The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) day of action / Journée de mobilisation de L’Alliance de la fonction publique du Canada (AFPC)


****Please ensure this message is shared with all your employees. / Veuillez vous assurer de partager ce message avec tous vos employés.*****


**La version française suit**


The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) has called for a day of action on 31 October 2016 with activities to be held across the country to support their demands at the various bargaining tables.


This message is to remind you that:


  • Peaceful demonstrating by employees for the purpose of obtaining or communicating information is permitted by law.


  • However, as no employees are currently in a legal strike position, any such activity must be on their personal time.


  • Employees are expected to report to work as scheduled on October 31 and to be present at their prescribed time and place of work unless they are on approved leave. In the event that employees encounter demonstrations or protests of a sufficiently serious nature to arouse concerns over their personal safety when entering or leaving their work location, employees should contact their manager from the nearest location so that arrangements can be made to ensure their safe passage to the workplace.   Kin ChoiAssistant Deputy Minister (Human Resources – Civilian)  / Tel: 613-971-0245  L’Alliance de la fonction publique du Canada (AFPC) a fait savoir que le 31 octobre 2016 serait une journée de mobilisation au cours de laquelle diverses activités se dérouleront d’un bout à l’autre du pays pour appuyer ses revendications aux diverses tables de négociation.  Le présent message vise à vous rappeler que :

Department of National Defence, Government of Canada

Thank you for your cooperation.

  • Une démonstration pacifique par des employés pour obtenir ou communiquer de l’information est permise par la loi.


  • Toutefois, aucun groupe d’employés n’est présentement en position de grève légale, donc ces types d’activités doivent avoir lieu pendant leur temps libre.


  • Les employés doivent se présenter au travail comme d’habitude le 31 octobre et être présents à l’heure prévue et à leur lieu de travail, sauf s’ils sont en congé autorisé.Dans le cas où les employés sont pris dans des démonstrations ou des protestations suffisamment graves pour craindre pour leur sécurité à leur arrivée au lieu de travail désigné ou à leur départ, ceux-ci doivent téléphoner à leur gestionnaire de l’endroit le plus proche afin que des mesures puissent être prises pour leur permettre d’accéder en toute sécurité à leur lieu de travail.  Merci de votre collaboration.Kin ChoiSous-ministre adjoint (Ressources humaines – Civils)  / Tel: 613-971-0245


Ministère de la Défense nationale, Gouvernement du Canada


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