PSAC Local 20150

INAC — Vancouver

February 27, 2019
by Theresa
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AGM Wednesday March 27, 2019 – Lunch

Members of PSAC Local 20150 of the Union of National Employees are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 in Namwayut (Room 818) from noon to 1 pm. Only members in good standing may attend.

Lunch will be served; please contact Theresa Marion or Rodney Hynes by Monday March 18 if you have special dietary requirements.

  • Call to Order by the Chairperson, Theresa Marion
  • Roll Call of Officers
  • Approval of minutes of the March 13, 2018 AGM  (copies will be available at the meeting or here)
  • Report of the President, Theresa Marion
  • Report of the Treasurer, Richard Barry
  • Presentation and Approval of 2019 Budget
  • Nomination and Election of Officers (see below)
  • Adjournment

Executive positions to be elected are

  • Vice-President (odd years)
  • Treasurer (odd years)
  • Health & Safety Representative (vacant)
  • Human Rights Representative (odd years)

An email invitation will be sent to all members. If you do not receive one, please contact Theresa Marion. Thank you.

January 15, 2019
by Ruby
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Bargaining Update

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WE ARE IN BARGAINING!

Collective bargaining is an exciting time for union members – it is our opportunity to fix problems in our workplaces and negotiate wages that reflect the value of the work that we do, making sure Canada runs smoothly – day in and day out.

At times the bargaining process can be unclear and confusing. We want to demystify the bargaining process and discuss with you the important demands we have on the table in this round of negotiations.

By understanding how bargaining works and the role members like you have in the process we will be well equipped to get the best collective agreement!

WHEN: Tuesday, January 29, 2019, from 12-1pm

WHERE: Namwayut (Boardroom 818)

All PSAC members are welcome! Please join us!

Lunch will be provided.

For more information, contact a member of the Executive of our local: psac20150.ca/executive/

February 25, 2018
by Theresa
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Phoenix First Aid – Feb 28 7-10am

Phoenix First Aid

Burnt by Phoenix?

On February 28, the second anniversary of the rollout of the disastrous Phoenix pay system, PSAC members and allies are taking action across the province and across the country, sending a message to the government and the employer that we are tired of waiting for Phoenix to be fixed.

PHOENIX FIRST AID

800 BURRARD STREET (AT ROBSON)

FEBRUARY 28, 7:00-10:00 in the morning

Jamey Mills, Regional Executive VP, and a team of PSAC Pay Advocates will be available at 800 Burrard from 7AM to 10AM on February 28 to provide Phoenix First Aid to members who have been having problems with the pay system.

Members who are having Phoenix problems are encouraged to drop by anytime for a cup of coffee and a doughnut, assistance on Phoenix pay problems, and to sign PSAC’s petition to the Prime Minister.

 

February 13, 2018
by Theresa
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AGM Thursday March 15, 2018 Lunch

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Members of PSAC Local 20150 of the Union of National Employees are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting on Thursday, March 15, 2018 in Namwayut (room 818) from noon to 1 pm. Only members in good standing may attend. Lunch will be served; please contact Theresa Marion or Rodney Hynes by Monday March 12 if you have special dietary requirements.

  • Call to Order by the Chairperson, Theresa Marion
  • Roll Call of Officers
  • Approval of minutes of the March 9, 2017 AGM  (copies will be available at the meeting or download here)
  • Report of the President, Theresa Marion
  • Report of the Treasurer, Richard Barry
  • Amendments to By-laws (copies will be available at the meeting or download here)
  • Presentation and Approval of 2018 Budget
  • Nomination and Election of Officers (see below)
  • Word from UNE National President, Kevin King
  • Adjournment

Executive positions to be elected are

  1. President (even years)
  2. Secretary  (even years)
  3. Treasurer (vacancy)
  4. Health & Safety Representative  (even years)
  5. Youth Coordinator (under age 35,  even years)
  6. Chief Steward (new position, pending By-law amendment)

Thank you!

February 13, 2018
by Ruby
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Mainland Human Rights Committee AGM February 27, 2018

Mainland Human Rights Committee AGM

February 27, 2018

  • 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
PSAC Vancouver Regional Office - 200 5238 Joyce Street, Vancouver, BC (Map)

Current agenda items include:

  1. Welcome & Introductions
  2. Approval of Minutes
  3. Budget and committee plans / goals for 2018
  4. Treasurer’s Report
  5. Elections

We look forward to welcoming any and all PSAC members who have an interest in Human Rights!

Dinner will be provided.

MHRC AGM

http://psacbc.com/events/mainland-human-rights-commitee-agm

February 12, 2018
by Chelsea Cameron
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Pay Action for Members Burnt by Phoenix

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Colleagues,

As you are aware, we have been struggling for almost 2 years under the Phoenix pay system. The financial and emotional hardships faced by so many of us is inexcusable. If you or someone you work with experience pay issues, please draw their attention to the following:

Phoenix Question & Answers/ Actions

1. Did you receive no pay on pay day?

Action: Immediately speak with your manager/supervisor (section 34 delegated authority) to request an Emergency Salary Advance or Priority Payment (Maximum 48 hours turn around)

2. Have you recently returned from long term sick leave, maternity or paternity leave, transfer "in" or on a "gradual return to work"?

Action: Confirm with HR that all necessary entries/updates have  been completed. Prior to your return, schedule a meeting with your manager/supervisor prior to your return to confirm all authorizations are entered into the system and processed before you return to work.

3. Did you not receive your full entitlements, for example, overtime, acting pay, northern allowance, allowances etc.?

Action: File a Pay Action Request (PAR) Form and request that your manager/supervisor process a Priority Payment for your missing entitlements. (Processing of extra-duty pay, outside of the Priority Payment option, may take up to  a year at the Pay Centre)

4. What if there is no obvious answer as to why your pay was affected?

Answer: If there is no obvious explanation as to why you have not been paid your full entitlements, file the PAR and review TRACKMYCASE through Compensation Web Application. Ensure that management is trying to discover the reason for the problem as well. Escalate the matter to your local Pay Advocate who will then work with our Component (Union of National Employees) to  help escalate the issue on your behalf.

As a last result, I encourage you to contact your local Member of Parliament in order to have your pay issue escalated. MPs have contacts apart from public enquiry lines and will ensure your case receives the attention it deserves. Click here to find your local MP by entering your postal code (as seen below).

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In solidarity,

 

Chelsea Cameron
Pay Advocate - Local 20150

November 21, 2017
by Ruby
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Rally to Support UNDRIP on Wed. Nov 22, 2017 6-7 pm Victory Square

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MP Romeo Saganash tabled Bill C-262 to ensure that the laws of Canada respect the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Romeo spent 23 years at the United Nations negotiating the Declaration which was endorsed by Canada in 2010. This is the second time that he has tabled a bill of this nature: in the previous Parliament, his bill was fully endorsed by his party. The Liberals and Greens also voted in favour. The Prime Minister has stated that implementation of the UN Declaration is a priority for his government.

A second reading in the House of Commons is scheduled for December 5, 2017.

With your voice and collaboration, we will raise awareness and gain support for Indigenous human rights and Bill C-262.

www.adoptandimplement.com

http://psacbc.com/events/rally-adopt-implement-declaration-rights-indigenous-peoples