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The Changing EI Story - PSAC Jeannie Baldwin

PSAC Jeannie Baldwin 3.jpgIt's an ironic twist on the changing EI story. The workers who are implementing the changes are feeling caught between their jobs and the complaints they're hearing over the system. The Public Service Alliance of Canada represents federal government employees. Many of them are also part-time or seasonal workers, and federal government cuts took away EI processing jobs in Montague. Angela Walker reached Jeannie Baldwin - the regional vice president of PSAC in the Atlantic Region to find out how her members are feeling.

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