Federal public service unions react cautiously to the government working group on Phoenix
April 28, 2017
Representatives from several public service unions reacted cautiously to the creation on April 27 of a government working group to tackle the Phoenix pay system.
Changes to parental leave?
April 13, 2017
In the 2017 budget, the Liberal government announced plans to allow new parents greater flexibility over parental leave.
The Elections and Resolutions Committee is in need of TR and LoP volunteers!
April 06, 2017
Our National Executive Committee is the body responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities at CAPE. It’s made up of members just like you, who are elected by the membership. In order to perform its work, the NEC relies on input from a number of sub-committees made up of CAPE members who are interested in the life and future of their union. Of these, the Elections and Resolutions Committee is particularly in need of volunteers – especially from members in the TR and Library of Parliament groups – because it currently does not have the number of members required under the our constitution for the continued execution of its mandate.
Employment Opportunity: Bilingual Labour Relations Officers (2 positions)
March 29, 2017
The Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE), a union representing over 13,000 professional employees of the federal public service of Canada, is seeking two dynamic individuals who are committed to union principles and suitably qualified to assume the duties and responsibilities of Labour Relations Officer. These two positions are full time, indeterminate positions. In addition, we will be creating a list of qualified candidates for potential future candidacies.