Component 12 - Administrative Services

Component 12, Administrative Services, members provide front-line administrative and support services for the B.C. Government and non-government employers.

We work in a variety of classications and positions: administrative officer, clerk, postal clerk, clerk stenographer, coordinator of volunteers, court clerk, financial officer, health unit aide, medical records librarian and technician, office assistant, data processing operator, radio, teletype and switchboard operators, stationery clerk and stockworker.

THE WORKLOAD PROJECT (new for 2014)

Hanging on by a thread?Hanging on by a thread?

You take pride in our work. While employers cut and restructure, your dedication gets the job done every day. Your work is important and you take it seriously. You are professionals. But there’s a downside to ‘going above and beyond the call of duty’. You’ve told us you’re hanging on by a thread, burning-out, expected to work free overtime and don’t enough resources and supports to do your job effectively. We want to make things rights. Keep checking back for more information about The Workload Project.

See the results of our workload survey ...

 

The RealPayDay Project

What day do you really start getting paid after all your unpaid overtime is taken into account? Check back soon to find out more.

 

Leadership Development & Education

Cuba Education Tour May 2011

Edition #1: Component 12 leadership development & education initiative the catalyst for learning tour 
Edition #2: The Cuba Experience - International Workers' Day

 

Bargaining Updates

Nov 21, 2014

At the close of nominations on November 20, 2014, there were three (3) members duly nominated for three (3) bargaining committee positions.

Nov 21, 2014

At the close of nominations on November 20, 2014, there were three (3) members duly nominated for three (3) bargaining committee positions.   As a result, these three nominees are hereby declared e

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Component News

Nov 21, 2014

Many BCGEU members in direct government service are being asked by the B.C. Public Service Agency to complete an online Stress and Health Survey.

Nov 6, 2014

Hiring an additional 130 new staff in B.C.’s Ministry of Children and Family Development is a positive step forward, but more needs to be done to alleviate the crisis in the province’s child and fa

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Media Coverage

Nov 7, 2014

British Columbia's children's minister is promising more staff and improved delivery of services after a scathing report said workload and management issues are leaving vulnerable families at risk.

Nov 7, 2014

British Columbia's children's minister is promising more staff and improved delivery of services after a scathing report said workload and management issues are leaving vulnerable families at risk.

Nov 6, 2014

A damning union report on child-protection services has compelled the B.C. government to promise 70 more front-line workers and support staff.

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