All BCGEU offices are open. Members who wish to attend at a BCGEU office must follow BCGEU Safety Protocols which include proof of vaccination and wearing a face mask in all common areas.
COMPONENT 12 - ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS
Component 12 includes members who work for the B.C. Government and non-government employers providing front-line administrative and support services.
They work in a variety of classifications 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 Just Film Festival features social justice and environmental documentaries that go to the heart of issues confronting communities here and around the planet. The focus of the festival is to motivate audiences to action by spotlighting issues both local and global. It will also include a Social Justice Bazaar, on Saturday February 13th.
Visit the festival website for more information about ...
COURSE: Stewards' Training
WHEN: February 16-18, 2016
WHERE: BCGEU Fraser Valley Area Office, 8555 198A Street, Langley
TIME: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm - Please note: our gate and office do not open until 8:30 am
REGISTRATION: Please call our office at 604-882-0111 or toll free at 1-888-991-6062 or respond by email to [email protected] as soon as possible to register for t...
I am pleased to announce the results of the Local 1203 Executive By-Election. Yasmine Parker, Janine Balogh and Amanda Chung were acclaimed as Member-At-Large officers. Congratulations!
As such, your Local 1203 Executive is as follows:
Chairperson - Matt Damario
1st Vice Chairperson - Debra Yearley
2nd Vice Chairperson - Jason Singh
Treasurer - Drina Read
Recording Secretary - Laurie I...
The B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) is speaking out against a fee increase to rental tenants seeking a dispute resolution through the Residential Tenancy Branch (RTB).
The new fee took effect on Jan. 1.
A renter filing a dispute resolution application with the RTB will now have to pay $100. That’s up from $50. An appeal review will now cost $50, up from $25.
Congratulations to Annette Schonewille, who is elected as the Member-at Large for the remainder of the 2014 – 2017 three-year term.
Please Note: the following local executive positions still remain open:
Charlene Remer, Local 1205 Chairperson
Download PDF of notice here.