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COMPONENT 6 - SOCIAL, INFORMATION AND HEALTH

Component 6 primarily includes members work for the Government of B.C. in a variety of social, cultural, educational, information technology, research, health care delivery and associated direct technical support functions. Component 6 also includes members who perform services in these fields at employers contracted by the government.

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June 24, 2024

SENIOR DEPARTMENTAL CLERK - Victoria Area Office (Temporary) - BC General Emp...

BCGEU VICTORIA AREA OFFICE INTERNAL POSTING June 24, 2024   POSITION: SENIOR DEPARTMENTAL CLERK (Temporary)   GRADE: LEVEL 7 – MoveUP AGREEMENT   WAGE RATE: $41.80 - $44.81 per hour A Senior Departmental Clerk is required for the Victoria Area Office, located in Victoria, BC.  Term of assignment is 6 months or return of incumbent. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:   Senior Departmental Clerk duti...

June 12, 2024

As the CRD grasps at straws, striking workers hold the line for fair wages -...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 11, 2024As the CRD grasps at straws, striking workers hold the line for fair wages WILLIAMS LAKE (Traditional territory of the Williams Lake Band, home to the Secwepemc people) – It's week four of the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) strike, and instead of taking the necessary steps to end job action by amending its last wage offer and negotiating in good faith, the CRD...

June 12, 2024

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL - BC General Employees' Union (BCGEU)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The B.C. General Employees' Union (BCGEU) seeks proposals for the creation of a plan to analyze our Union's policies, procedures, and collective agreements. Further to provide a plan to decolonize our collective agreements, with the end result being a recommended plan to be submitted to the governing body of the union, the Provincial Executive. The purpose is to create mode...

June 10, 2024

BCGEU issues statement on the CRD’s strong-arm tactics - BC General Employee...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 10, 2024BCGEU issues statement on the CRD's strong-arm tactics WILLIAMS LAKE – The union representing striking Cariboo Regional District (CRD) workers says that the Regional District's upper management has a responsibility to its staff and the entire community to adjust its last offer and bargain fairly for an improved contract that will serve the needs of all resident...

June 07, 2024

BUSINESS ANALYST (Temporary) - BC General Employees' Union (BCGEU)

B.C. GENERAL EMPLOYEES’ UNION BUSINESS ANALYST  (Temporary)   INTERNAL / EXTERNAL POSTING June 7, 2024   The B.C. General Employees’ Union (BCGEU) is one of the largest and most diverse unions in British Columbia representing over 90,000 members in 550 bargaining units in the private sector and public services.   The BCGEU requires a temporary business analyst to work with the union’s Data and ...

June 05, 2024

BCGEU supports students’ right to campus protest

The right to peaceful protest in public places like university and college campuses is legally enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Students, staff and faculty at Canadian universities are entitled to the peaceful expression of their opinions. Campuses across the province have a responsibility to protect the safety of protesting students, as well as their right to free spee...

June 05, 2024

BCGEU says the Regional District is prolonging the strike, hurting whole comm...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 5, 2024BCGEU says the Regional District is prolonging the strike, hurting whole community WILLIAMS LAKE - It's Day 18 of the Cariboo Regional District (CRD) strike, and the union representing picketing workers says the CRD's upper management is refusing to return to the table with a deal that's in-line with what workers or the community needs, which is putting vital se...

June 01, 2024

Our newly elected executive committee - BC General Employees' Union (BCGEU)

Our union's 52nd constitutional convention has just adjourned. Since the call to order on Wednesday evening, nearly 600 delegates representing every region and component debated and passed a wide range of resolutions, which will help shape the direction of our union for the next three years.Members also elected our union's new Executive Committee. We are pleased today to share that the followin...