Component 6 - Social, Information and Health

Direct government employees in Component 6 work in a great variety of social, cultural, educational, information technology, research, health care delivery and associated direct technical support functions.

Specific classifications include: archivist, case aide, child care counsellor, clinician, coordinator vocational services, dental assistant, dietician, economist, education officer, epidemiology worker, financial assistance worker, hospital consultant, interviewer, librarian, nutritionist, occupational therapist, psychologist, public information officer, rehabilitation consultant and officer, research officer, computer programmers and systems analysts, social program officer, probation officer and social worker.

Bargaining Updates

Feb 20, 2015

Your bargaining committee is pleased to announce that a tentative agreement was reached at Information Systems Management (ISM) Canada on February 13, 2015.  

Feb 3, 2015

BCGEU members have ratified the 2014-2019 Community Living BC Collective Agreement.

Ninety three percent of the bargaining unit voted in favour of accepting the agreement.

Dec 16, 2014

There will be a telephone town hall meeting on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 at 7pm PST (8pm MST) to review and discuss the terms of the tentative settlement.

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Component News

Jan 9, 2008

The BCGEU is pleased to announce that the union has reached an agreement with the provincial government to extend vacation entitlement to auxiliary employees who obtain regular employee status unde

Nov 28, 2007

Click here for Component 6 Workload Update information.

Oct 31, 2007

The following letter was sent to the Editor of The Vancouver Sun in light of Minister Tom Christensen's failure to address government statistics that show increasing delays in the investigation

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Media Coverage

May 7, 2014

The Opposition Critic for Social Development says a major glitch in a multimillion dollar provincial computer system is putting vulnerable children and adults at serious risk.

May 7, 2014

The computer system used to protect vulnerable children crashed again Wednesday afternoon, barely an hour after B.C.’s technology minister offered assurances that it was fixed.

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