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 20, 2017

Local 1208 Union Meeting

COMPONENT:    Administrative Services           LOCAL:    1208             DATE:    March 20, 2017             TIME:    5:00 p.m.           PLACE:    BCGEU East Kootenay Cranbrook Area Office                          46 7th Ave S, Cranbrook AGENDA Convention Resolutions Election – Alternate Convention Delegate If you are unable to attend this meeting at the Union Office (and live in ...

February 17, 2017

Wanted: A budget that truly lifts all boats

By: Stephanie Smith  For the past decade and a half, the B.C. government has cut taxes, regulations and public services. The needs of business have been prioritized over the needs of people and the environment. British Columbians have been told that the province cannot afford to invest in social programs.  Rather than assume a leading role in setting the conditions for our common advancement,...

February 16, 2017

Local 604 Union Meeting

COMPONENT:    Social, Information and Health           LOCAL:    604            DATE:    Thursday, February 23, 2017            TIME:    Executive – 6:00 pm; General – 7:00 pm          PLACE:    BCGEU Fraser Valley Union Centre                         8555 – 198A Street, Langley Twp – Fraser Room   UPDATE - REMINDER *CALL FOR RESOLUTIONS AND NOMINATIONS FOR THE 50TH BCGEU TRIENNIAL CONST...

February 15, 2017

BCGEU welcomes provincial interest in land value capture tax, seeks input in ...

Land Value Capture, a mechanism that taxes development speculation along proposed transit routes and puts those dollars into transit development is a solution the BC Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) has been advocating for since 2015 to address the Lower Mainland’s transit crisis. Now, BC TransLink Minister Peter Fassbender is proposing a provincial development tax which the BCGE...

February 15, 2017

Local 1201 Meeting and Election of delegates to Convention REMINDER

COMPONENT:  Administrative Services LOCAL:            1201 DATE:              Tuesday, March 7, 2017 TIME:              5:30 pm PLACE:            BCGEU Victoria Area Office (2994 Douglas St)     ** REMINDER **   AGENDA Election of delegates to the BCGEU 50th Triennial Constitutional Convention (which is held June 14th-17th in Vancouver) will occur at this meeting.  If you are unable to ...

February 14, 2017

B.C. government focus on tax cuts ignores need for public re-investment

BC Throne Speech response: Throne speeches are political documents that governments use to promote successes and paper over their failures, while setting broad-brush political priorities for upcoming budgets. The 2017 Speech from the Throne is true to form; providing few details, but gives broad hints about future economic policy. In this election year the B.C. Liberal government has returned...

February 14, 2017

Free eLearning course and workshops for your employees

MPP Dear Municipal employer, We are excited to get the improved member education season under way. Please encourage your newer employees and those with optional enrolment in the plan to take the eLearning course Getting to Know Your Pension and your employees who are plan members to register for Making the Most of Your Pension and Approaching Retirement workshops. How you benefit Investing ...

February 10, 2017

BCGEU provides submission to Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth

Today the BCGEU provided its submission to the Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth, an all-party committee of the Legislative Assembly, in response to its regular statutory review of the Representative for Children and Youth Act (SBC, 2006, c. 29). The Office of the Representative for Children and Youth (RCY) provides an essential point of oversight and review for our province’s ch...

February 09, 2017

BCGEU encouraged by Vancouver’s New Investments in Harm Reduction

VANCOUVER – Yesterday Vancouver City council made important steps in bolstering their response to the fentanyl crisis by releasing the second wave of funding intended to provide support to affected communities. “We are encouraged by City Council’s focus on providing the necessary relief to the hardest hit communities, and to hear about an additional focus on supporting front line workers.” sa...

February 09, 2017

Local 1210 Meeting and election of convention delegate alternate

COMPONENT:  Administrative Services LOCAL:            1210 DATE:              Monday, March 13th, 2017 TIME:               5:30 pm PLACE:             BCGEU Office – 10251 100th Street, Fort St John   AGENDA   General Membership Information Meeting Delegates to Convention Updates from Component Resolutions for Convention     CONVENTION DELEGATE ALTERNATE If you are interested in be...

February 07, 2017

Tell Us About Your Bad Job

Tell Us About Your Bad Job   Unpaid wages? Unpaid overtime? Employer taking your tips? Unfair firings? Unfair treatment of workers is all too common in British Columbia. Few people know their rights, and getting justice from a bad boss can be nearly impossible. The BC Employment Standards Coalition is campaigning for better employment laws and stronger enforcement for all workers. Tell yo...

February 06, 2017

Public service benefits change to take effect in April 2017

As you may already know the Province of BC has announced that they will be changing the carrier for employee benefits from Pacific Blue Cross to Great West Life. As benefit entitlements are set out in our negotiated collective agreement, this change should result in no substantive changes in benefits for members. The change will take effect in April 2017, and BCGEU’s Public Service Bargaining...

February 06, 2017

Report reaffirms urgent need for B.C. government to transform Aboriginal chil...

Report reaffirms urgent need for B.C. government to transform Aboriginal child welfare system BURNABY – A report released today by the Representative for Children and Youth (RCY), Bernard Richard, exposed once again the systemic complexity and dysfunction of B.C.’s Aboriginal child welfare system and the urgent need for reform. The report, Broken Promises: Alex’s Story, details the tragic dea...

February 06, 2017

Local 1210 New Local Chair Elected

By acclamation Tammy Fisher is the new Local Chair for Local 1210 Congratulations Tammy! Executive for Local 1210: Chairperson                   Tammy Fisher 1st Vice Chair                Rosolynn Kalb 2nd Vice Chair               Lisa Muir Treasurer                      VACANT Recording Secretary       VACANT Member-at-Large    (4)   VACANT Young Worker                Laura Wingfield Pleas...

February 03, 2017

Local 1212 Meeting - Convention

            DATE:    Monday March 6, 2017             TIME:    7:00 pm           PLACE:    BCGEU Terrace Area Office                          102-4710 Lazelle Ave, Terrace, BC                            or                          Conference Call – Dial 1-866-562-0090, ID#:  17705 AGENDA 1.    Election of an alternate delegate to Convention.  Local Chair goes by right. Nominations are open ...