The agreement applies to current employees, former collaborators and deceased employee discounts represented by these negotiators: this agreement, first announced in July 2020 as an interim agreement, was developed jointly by PSAC and the federal government and provides compensation for damages suffered during the 2016-17 to 2019-20 fiscal years. Phoenix`s damages provide for three types of compensation. The Secretariat of the Board of Directors of Canada has released new information about Phoenix`s compensation agreement, including the process by which former employees can claim payment for general compensation. This Agreement shall apply to workers represented by certain negotiators, as set out below. In addition to what has already been negotiated, this agreement does not exclude the possibility of negotiating other compensation at the bargaining table or other negotiations outside of collective bargaining if justified. PSAC is pleased to have negotiated a new Phoenix Damages Agreement, which will replace five days of vacation with a US$2500 lump sum payment distributed to all of our eligible members directly or indirectly affected by Phoenix`s compensation system. This new agreement is a substantial improvement over what has been negotiated by other federal negotiators. Yes. If you are an employee who meets the eligibility requirements, you are entitled to general damages for the stress, anger and pain caused by the introduction of Phoenix`s compensation system. No no.
You do not have to file a complaint to get compensation. Up to $2500 in general damages will be automatically made available to current employees. Former employees and estates of deceased employees receive a lump sum by claiming a debt. More information on the claims process will be published as soon as it is available. . . .