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FROM THE BULLETIN BOARD

National Day For Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day

September 30th marks National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day.  For the second year, WorkSafeBC employees will have the day off to learn, listen, commemorate, and reflect on the efforts for truth and reconciliation, and inclusion.

To continue learning of the experiences of Indigenous people in Canada we are sharing a list of Truth and Reconciliation resources, including websites, events, media, and Indigenous-owned businesses. While the list is not exhaustive, we encourage our CEU members, staff, and the public to create time to explore the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and stories of the First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples. Also, to give thought to one’s own commitment towards truth and reconciliation, on both a personal and professional level.

The Morning Show to host founders of the Moose Hide Campaign

As part of our national reflection marking National Day For Truth and Reconciliation, Paul and Raven Lacerte, Founders of the Moose Hide Campaign, will join Morning Show hosts, Carolyn MacKenzie and Jeff McArthur to discuss our journey towards reconciliation in Canada. Watch at 9am September 29th, 2022.

Carolyn MacKenzie and Jeff McArthur

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Compensation Employees' Union

Committed to improving the lives of WCB union members who help keep British Columbians safe at work.

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WHAT'S NEW

A Message From Our President

On May 23rd, 2022, we crossed another milestone in the history of the Compensation Employees’ Union when we commemorated 48 years of being a certified Union.

I’d like to wish you all Happy Anniversary on behalf of the entire Executive and CEU staff. We wouldn’t be the Union we are today with out you.

UPDATE:

WORKING FROM HOME

It is hard to believe that only a year and a half ago I was with the team at the negotiating, bargaining for new benefits like working from home. And now here we are with 90% of us working from home at this time.

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WHAT

WE DO

We participate in employer hiring sessions as a neutral observer.

We review each new position and job description created by the employer. We ensure its salary grid is correct according to the jointly agreed classification system. We ensure the process is fair and unbiased.

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STANDING UP

FOR YOU

When the articles in the Collective Agreement are in dispute.

We review each new position and job description created by the employer. We ensure its salary grid is correct according to the jointly agreed classification system. We ensure the process is fair and unbiased.

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NEGOTIATING

RIGHTS

The Union provides robust representation in every round of Collective Agreement negotiations.

You receive transparent employment rights and obligations that are the same across the bargaining unit, without the need for you to individually negotiate the terms of your employment contract with the Employer.

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