At the close of nominations, there were no nominees for the Auburn Seniors Village bargaining committee. It is important for members at Auburn to elect bargaining committee members for negotiations with the employer—it’s how you ensure your voices are heard and your interests are protected and advanced through bargaining. Nominations have therefore been reopened.
Call for Nominations
Nominations are now open for a bargaining committee to negotiate renewal of the collective agreement with the employer.
For this round of negotiations, Auburn Seniors Village will bargain at a common table with all eight other Retirement Concepts/Well Being Services sites represented by the BCGEU.
The bargaining committee has positions as follows for Auburn Seniors Village:
- Two Bargaining Committee Members
If there are more than two nominees, then voting will occur.
A nomination form is attached. Note that the form requires the signatures of both the nominator at Part A and nominee at Part B. Nominations close on Monday, January 24, 2022, at 5:00 pm. Nominations received after this time will not be considered.
Nominees may submit one page of biographical information, endorsements or other campaign information (8 ½" x 11", black and white, single-sided) that will be distributed to members with ballots and posted on the BCGEU website if voting is required. The deadline for submitting candidate information is Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. Candidate information sheets will be sent out as submitted (except sheets submitted in colour will be distributed in black and white).
Completed nomination forms and candidate information sheets may be returned to the BCGEU Negotiations Department by email to [email protected], by fax to 604-294-5092 or toll-free 1-800-946-0244, or by mail to:
BCGEU Negotiations Department
4911 Canada Way
Burnaby BC V5G 3W3
Duties of Committee Members
All committee members are expected to:
- Attend caucus meetings and assist the Staff Representative in the development of proposals for collective bargaining
- Liaise between members at the worksite and the Union regarding priorities
- Assist in gathering and distributing information from and to members at the worksite
- Attend collective bargaining sessions with the Employer
- Take notes related to the bargaining process and provide copies of same to the Staff Representative at the conclusion of bargaining
- Provide feedback and information to the Staff Representative during the bargaining process
- Participate in discussions related to the Employer's proposals, and assist in developing counter proposals
- Assist with ratification or other votes or meetings that may be held related to bargaining
Leaves of absence are provided to members to allow attendance at all meetings without loss of pay or benefits.
Members are reminded that:
- The deadline to submit nominations is Monday, January 24, 2022, at 5:00pm; and
- The deadline for nominees to submit a page of candidate information is Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 5:00pm.
Nominees may contact Staff Representative Ryan Stewart for additional information on candidate rights and responsibilities.
Staff Representative, Negotiations
Download PDF of notice here
Download nomination form here
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