To ensure continuity of service during the COVID-19 pandemic, all BCGEU offices are closed and staff are working remotely to assist members. We recommend that you email the appropriate office if you require assistance.
This page is not meant to be comprehensive and should not be considered an alternative to reviewing the collective agreements and your steward manual.
As the area office is usually extremely busy please do some research on your own before you call the area office. The phone is not a replacement for knowing your collective agreements, however there are many times when you do need to speak to someone for advice or answers. As an alternative to calling your area office your local executive may be a resource that you may consider utilizing for information.
Remember that the agreement is not a “stand alone” document. In some instances there have been precedent-setting arbitration that affect the language in this agreement.
Resolutions are an effective way of making your voice heard either for bargaining or of bringing action to a concernthat you have. When you have an idea to possibly put forward for resolution.
Contains information on how to handle a grievance and the timelines involved. Find it here
You should review these tips periodically as a quick refresher.
The BCGEU is seeking essential information on why members are leaving or changing public service jobs with the B.C. Government. We believe your responses will help us better serve our membership.
STOP SEXUAL HARASSMENT
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