Integrated Care Advocacy Group and BCHC produce "Living Up to the Promise" report: BCGEU members participated in this in-depth examination of the home support industry. Click here for the summary report, and click here for the full report.
BC Seniors Survey results: "Bridging the Gaps" report: a new report from the Office of the Seniors' Advocate exploring issues such as awareness levels of existing programs to help seniors age in place, and whether the programs are bring optimally used.
Health and Safety: Know your rights. Download the PDF here.
- Know Your Rights: Tagalog version
- Know Your Rights: Chinese version
- Know Your Rights: Punjabi version
Community Health Re-Training Fund
IF YOU WERE LAID OFF AFTER JANUARY 28, 2002 DUE TO RE-TENDERING, CONTRACTING OUT, OR BUMPING FROM A HEALTH CARE JOB IN THE COMMUNITY SUBSECTOR,
IF YOU ARE A CURRENT EMPLOYEE IN A COMMUNITY SUBSECTOR JOB AND ARE INTERESTED IN SKILLS DEVELOPMENT, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF TRAINING COSTS.
The retraining funds are available as a result of a settlement between health unions, health employers and the BC Government related to a June, 2007 Supreme Court of Canada ruling on Bill 29.
You can obtain further information and an application form posted on your Union's website or by contacting the BCGEU by e-mail or telephone.
Contact: James Cavalluzzo, BCGEU Telephone: email@example.comEmail:
Component 8 Steward Guide - NEW!
BC Care Aide Registry - FYI - April 11, 2012
Community Health positions - Click here for Community Subsector Collective Agreement Classification Review Form
Community Health Benchmarks
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