3-day in-office mandate draws formal complaint from federal unions | Power & Politics


The federal government is directing public servants to be in the office three days a week starting in September. Now, several federal public service unions are formally complaining and say the government is undermining collective agreements. Chris Aylward, national president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, says the union was ‘misled,’ and wasn’t consulted. Also, the Power Panel weighs in on the politics of hybrid work requirements for public servants.

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