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2021 Election Called

An election to fill a vacant Director position on the CEU Executive Committee will be held in August 2021. This is the remainder of a 2-year term position (expires in Fall 2022) which commences Friday, August 31, 2021.

Voting For CEU Director

VOTING will OPEN on Friday, August 20, 2021, for seven working days.  

Voting will be done through online ballot. On August 20th, the provider (Simply Voting) will send individual emails to all members that will contain a voting link and their unique identifier. When you access the voting site you must enter your unique identifier, which will take you to the ballot page. You will be able to see a picture of the candidate and read their election bio prior to casting your ballot from a link on the ballot page.

Each unique identifier can only cast one ballot. Once a ballot is cast that unique identifier is deactivated, so you cannot change your selection.  After you have voted, you will receive a receipt to confirm your vote was accepted by the system.

Voting will CLOSE on Monday, August 30th at 4:30 pm and the ballot page will be deactivated.  

Results

The Balloting Committee will receive the results from the provider on August 30th at 4:30 pm.  These results will be provided to the Vice President and/or President. The Vice President and/or President will advise the candidates and report the results to the membership.  

Copies of the CEU Executive Elections Procedures Policy are available upon request.  If you have any questions concerning the nomination and/or election process, please contact Toni Murray, CEU Vice President at Toni.Murray@worksafebc.com

* C&B art. 7: in order to be eligible for election to any Executive Officer position in this Union, the nominee must have attended a minimum of 50% of the Union meetings held in his/her locale in the twelve (12) months prior to nomination. Any member may be exempted from the attendance requirement of this Article if they were unable to attend fifty percent (50%) of said meetings because of illness, regular employment, or any other good cause. Any exemption system shall be uniformly and fairly applied.

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