Component 6 - Social, Information and Health Services

Direct government employees in Component 6 work in a great variety of social, cultural, educational, information technology, research, health care delivery and associated direct technical support functions.

Specific classifications include: archivist, case aide, child care counsellor, clinician, coordinator vocational services, dental assistant, sheriff, dietician, economist, education officer, epidemiology worker, financial assistance worker, hospital consultant, interviewer, librarian, nutritionist, occupational therapist, psychologist, public information officer, rehabilitation consultant and officer, research officer, computer programmers and systems analysts, social program officer, probation officer and social worker.

Bargaining Updates

Dec 16, 2014

There will be a telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 7pm PST (8pm MST) to review and discuss the terms of the tentative settlement.

Dec 9, 2014

There will be a telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 7pm PST (8pm MST) to review and discuss the terms of the tentative settlement.

Nov 26, 2014

Your bargaining committee is pleased to announce that they reached a tentative settlement with CLBC for the renewal of the collective agreement.

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Component News

Dec 18, 2014

A government report released today contains some positive recommendations to improve safety in provincial prisons but fails to address unsafe officer-to-inmate ratios.

Dec 11, 2014

A sweeping overhaul and reinvestment in B.C.’s residential care program for vulnerable children and youth is required following the Representative

Dec 10, 2014

“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights … “

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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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