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COMPONENT 12 - ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

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.

NEWS & UPDATES

February 19, 2021

Ministry of Attorney General Court Services – 222 Main Street, Vancouver - Yo...

Nominations closed for 1 (one) steward position on Friday, February 12, 2020. We are pleased to announce that Kafiya Mudey is the new steward at the Ministry of Attorney General – Court Services – 222 Main Street, Vancouver and will join your existing steward team. Please join us in wishing Kafiya well in their new positions. In Solidarity, Paula DribnenkiStaff Representative Download PDF of no...

February 17, 2021

BCGEU members ratify collective agreement with Protrans BC

A majority of the 180 Canada Line workers represented by the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) voted on Sunday in favour of ratifying their collective agreement with their employer, Protrans BC Operations Ltd., after reaching a tentative agreement on February 2, 2021. The agreement was ratified after 13 months without a contract, more than 40 bargaining sessions and is the re...

February 16, 2021

Pension Seminar Information - BCGEU

Online pension seminars are available at any time for the Public Service Plans at: MPP: https://mpp.pensionsbc.ca/online-courses-and-webinars PSPP: https://pspp.pensionsbc.ca/online-courses-and-webinars College: https://college.pensionsbc.ca/online-courses-and-webinars UWU/MoveUP

February 12, 2021

All BCGEU Members at Firefighters’ Public House, Best Western Plus ...

In November 2020, benefit plan provider D.A. Townley mailed new plan member ID cards and information about the new employee and family assistance program (EFAP) to eligible members at their home addresses. If you did not receive a new benefit plan ID card and EFAP information in the mail, and if you believe you are eligible to participate in the benefit plan under the terms of your collective a...

February 10, 2021

BC Parks OHS member reps: Resources & follow-up - BCGEU

Thanks to everyone who attended the meeting on Tuesday, February 2 for information about your role as OHS member representative within BC Parks. We appreciated the opportunity to touch base and answer your questions. As promised, this email contains materials from the meeting as well as some important contact information for your use:Meeting materials: - Meeting presentation- BCGEU Member Guide...

February 10, 2021

Black History Month Events and Resources - BCGEU

EVENTS & RESOURCES     Webinar  Then and Now: Shaping the Future of Black Canadians Through Lessons of Past and Anti-Racism  This 90-minute event will focus on Black history in BC and the impact of anti-Black racism.  The panel, moderated by Community Advocate Asiyah Robinson, will be composed of Silvia Mangue (BC Black History Awareness Society President), Olaolu Adeleye (Associate F...

February 05, 2021

Product Services - 2370 United Blvd, Coquitlam New shop steward - BCGEU

Nominations closed for 1 (one) steward position on Thursday, November 19, 2020. We are pleased to announce that Kristopher Vallette is the new steward at Product Services and will join your existing steward team. Please join us in wishing Kristopher well in their new position.   In Solidarity, Paula DribnenkiStaff RepresentativeDownload PDF of notice here  UWU/MoveUP

February 04, 2021

All BCGEU Members at Land Title and Survey Authority - Bargaining Update - BCGEU

Bargaining will resume on March 1st and 2nd, 2021. Unfortunately we are not in a position to recommend a settlement to you at this point. We are hopeful the employer will make the adjustments necessary to bridge the gap and find a fair solution we can agree too. In the meantime please speak with a bargaining committee member, as they will be happy to discuss some of the details the employer has...

February 02, 2021

No disruption to Canada Line as BCGEU reaches tentative agreement with Protra...

No disruption to Canada Line as BCGEU reaches tentative agreement with Protrans BCBURNABY - After 13 months without a contract and more than 40 bargaining sessions-including close to 40 hours since Sunday morning-members of the B.C. Government & Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) working on the Canada Line have reached a tentative deal with their employer. "Our members' goal has always been t...

February 01, 2021

BCGEU, Protrans BC to continue Canada Line talks - BCGEU

BURNABY, COAST SALISH TERRITORIES - Members of the B.C. Government & Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) working for Protrans BC, operator of the Canada Line, are in a legal strike position as of 4 p.m. today. However, talks are scheduled into the evening and the union is holding off on job action while negotiations continue. The current contract expired in December 2019 and contract talks sta...

February 01, 2021

BCGEU members on Canada Line back at the table Monday morning - BCGEU

BURNABY, COAST SALISH TERRITORIES - Members of the B.C. Government & Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) working for Protrans BC, operator of the Canada Line, are in a legal strike position as of 4 p.m. Monday afternoon. Seventeen hours of talks over the weekend brought the sides closer together, but did not result in a deal.  The two sides will resume bargaining Monday morning with the hopes ...

January 29, 2021

Canada Line workers issue 72-hour strike notice - BCGEU

The B.C. Government & Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) has issued a 72-hour strike notice to Protrans BC, operator of the Canada Line as of 4:00 p.m. today. This move follows four days of mediation last week and several months of negotiations in which no significant progress was made on three main issues: wage parity, improved sick leave and contract length.For the past year, Canada Line wo...