Component 17 - General Services

The BCGEU's General Services Component includes members employed by casinos, hotels, banks, credit unions, B.C. Place, B.C. Housing Management, some Royal Canadian Legion operations, B.C. Milk Marketing Board, Compass Foods, regional districts plus private businesses. This is one of the union's fastest growing components.


Anti-Bullying initiatives

Component 17 has been at the forefront of anti-bullying initiatives at the BCGEU. Our negotiators try to negotiate anti-bullying language into all our collective agreement. Some of our successes include anti-bullying language in BC Place (PAVCO) and Atira collective agreements.

In 2011, the component 17 raised public and BCGEU member awareness by launching its own Sea Of Pink campaign. It designed and distributed pink scarfs, stickers and pocket-sized information cards to educate members on ways to stand up against workplace bullying.

As a result of component 17's work, the BCGEU has broadened its anti-bullying efforts work by partnering with the CKNW Pink Shirt Day each February.

Component 17 Anti-Bullying Awareness Lunch at BC Place (February 26, 2014)
See other photos from this event. See the BCGEU's Anti-Bullying Campaign page.

Bargaining Updates

Feb 27, 2017

To:   All Cariboo Regional District BCGEU Members
Re:   Bargaining Update #3

Feb 23, 2017

To:     All BCGEU Members at Town of Gibsons
Re:     Bargaining Update

Feb 9, 2017

To:     All BCGEU Members at District of Sechelt
Re:     Ratification Vote Results

 

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Component News

Mar 16, 2017

At the 1703 General Meeting on February 27, there was a call for delegates and alternates to the BCGEU 50th Triennial Constitutional Convention being held June 14 to 17, 2017.

Mar 10, 2017

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Mar 8, 2017

Nominations are now open for 2 steward positions at your worksite and will close on Friday, April  7, 2017 at 4:00  p.m.

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Media Coverage

Dec 2, 2015

BC Place is failing to protect its workers from violence at the hands of rowdy sports fans and concert-goers, according to a WorkSafeBC report.

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