Millennials Report: informing the future of Canada's public service


Last June, the Inter-Union Youth Caucus hosted a very successful event aimed at making the public service an employer of choice for all new and young employees. The event was attended by Michael Wernick,Clerk of the Privy Council, as well as the PSAC President Robyn Benson, PIPSC President Debi Daviau and CAPE President Emmanuelle Tremblay. Over 100 participants lent their ideas and input to help the federal public service attract and retain Millennials.

Millennial Voices: Informing the Future of Canada’s Federal Public Service” is the resulting summary report based on the ideas received from the event. At CAPE, we’re especially proud of members of our own Young Members Committee for their important contribution to this project.

"Kudos to the members of our Young Members Committee," exclaimed President Emmanuelle Tremblay. "This report is already being talked about at high levels. I commend the Inter-Union Youth Caucus for their initiative and desire to bring about positive change in the workplace."

The Inter-Union Youth Caucus welcomes feedback on the report's findings. You can leave comments on hashdoc or send them directly to the caucus at: caucus

The caucus is also looking for volunteers to help advance the issues and address the challenges of millennials in the public service. All federal public servants interested in youth issues are invited to in touch with us with the caucus at: caucus