Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board
Welcome to Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board’s Website.
The Board is an independent tribunal that was created on November 1, 2014, when the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Act came into force.
The Board administers the collective bargaining and grievance adjudication systems for the federal public sector and Parliamentary employees as well as, since June 1, 2016, RCMP members and reservists. It is also responsible for resolving staffing complaints under the Public Service Employment Act related to internal appointments and layoffs in the federal public service.
The Board provides two main services:
- adjudication - hearing and deciding grievances, labour relations complaints, and other labour relations matters and dealing with staffing complaints related to internal appointments, layoffs, the implementation of corrective measures ordered by the Board, and revocations of appointments.
- mediation - helping parties reach collective agreements, manage their relations under those agreements, and resolve disputes and complaints without resorting to a hearing.
The Board’s commitment to impartially resolving labour relations issues and staffing complaints contributes to a productive and efficient workplace that ultimately benefits all Canadians through the efficient delivery of government programs and services.
- RECENT DECISIONS
- Lortie v. Deputy Head (Canada Border Services Agency)
- Nadeau v. Deputy Minister of Employment and Social Development
- Onah v. Deputy Head (Department of Employment and Social Development)
- Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada v. Treasury Board
- Doro v. Canada Revenue Agency
- Elliot v. Deputy Head (Correctional Service of Canada)
- Public Service Alliance of Canada v. Statistical Survey Operations
- Diks v. Treasury Board (Correctional Service of Canada)
- Dubord v. Union of Safety and Justice Employees
- Brown v. Deputy Head (Canada Border Services Agency)