Component 7 - Education, Scientific, Technical and Administration

Members of the ESTA Component work in colleges and institutes as instructors and support staff, in private environmental testing laboratories, and legal services. Employers include community colleges, B.C. Institute of Technology, Justice Institute, private labs, BC NDP Caucus and Constituency Offices, legal services to the public (Legal Services Society, Native Court workers, Family Maintenance Enforcement Program) and many more.

Bargaining Updates

Sep 27, 2010

The BCGEU is pleased to announce that the members working at the Legal Services Society (LSS) of British Columbia have voted to ratify the tentative agreement by a vote of 93%.

Sep 21, 2010

To: ALL NDP CONSTITUENCY ASSISTANTS
Re: AGREEMENT RATIFIED

Ballots for the tentative agreement, as per the mediator’s recommendations, were counted this morning, September 21, 2010 at 9:00 am. Alice Ross attended as the Scruitineer.

47 ballots were cast and 64% voted in favour of acceptance of the tentative agreement. Therefore, the agreement has been ratified.

Aug 30, 2010

Date:August 27, 2010

To:All Okanagan College Support Staff BCGEU Members

 

LOCAL ISSUES BARGAINING STALLED - EMPLOYER SEEKING CONCESSIONS WHILE OFFERING NOTHING!

 

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Component News

Mar 10, 2017

To:     ALL BCGEU Members Coast Tsimshian Academy of Lax Kw'alaams
Re:     Local 712 Steward Election Results

 

Mar 10, 2017

Are you a BCGEU member works in an office environment p

Mar 7, 2017

BCGEU members at the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) bookstore in New Westminster have voted to accept a new collective agreement with their employer, JM Project Management.

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Media Coverage

Apr 13, 2015

Options on the table include sponsorship, changing routes — even closing schools.

Dec 15, 2014

Though the justice system can be a murky and intimidating environment for some First Nations people, court worker Trish Pantell says it can also serve as a catalyst to help transform bad choices in

Nov 20, 2014

Native court workers bring their rotating strike to Kelowna today.

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