Component 3 - Community Social Services

BCGEU is the largest community social service union in BC, representing over 8000 workers in the sector.

BCGEU community-based social service workers provide supports, services, and resources to vulnerable families and individuals across the province. They include community living workers supporting youths and adults with developmental disabilities, youth-at-risk, women services, child care, community justice services, First Nations family services, and employment services, among others.

Click here to view the Community Social Services Matter! campaign.

 

Bargaining Updates

Jan 6, 2017

To:     All BCGEU Members at Shaughnessy Heights Early Learning Centre Society, Local 303
Re:     Election of 2 Bargaining Committee Members & Questionnaire

 

Jan 5, 2017

Balloting is now completed and the following members have been elected to represent you in bargaining your first collective agreement with Xyolhemeylh (names in the order they appeared on the ballo

Jan 4, 2017

To:      All BCGEU Members at Westminster Children's After School Society
Re:      Bargaining Update

 

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Component News

May 25, 2017

Watch community activist, therapeutic supervisor, facilitator & trainer Vikki Reynolds' keynote address to the BCGEU Women’s Services Gathering & Dialogue: “Creating a Vision for Change,” h

May 24, 2017

Dear BCGEU OH&S Committee Representative for Local 302 Community Social Services
 

May 16, 2017

To:     All BCGEU Local 302 Stewards
Re:    Local 302 Enhanced Stewards' Training

 

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Media Coverage

Oct 11, 2016

No wonder B.C. child-welfare workers are seeking union membership
 

Jun 28, 2016

Delegates to NUPGE's 2016 Convention overwhelmingly adopted a campaign to defend and improve community services for all Canadians.

Jun 5, 2016

he number of families with two working parents has doubled over the last 40 years, but it seems our government policies are not keeping up with the change.

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Pension News

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