STDP Deadlines: Agreement on Amounts Owed to Employees

The parties recently signed two memoranda of agreements regarding amounts owed to workers who, as a result of their failure to respect deadlines imposed unilaterally by the Canada Post Corporation, had their STDP application either denied (and deemed withdrawn), or approved with the designation of “disability management (unpaid).” Continue reading “STDP Deadlines: Agreement on Amounts Owed to Employees”

By-Election Results – Secretary Treasurer – November 26, 2017

Elected at the November 26, 2017, GMM was:

Secretary Treasurer Nathan Fralick

At the November 26, 2017, GMM there was a by-election to cover the remainder of the term for the position of  Secretary-Treasurer. Congratulations to Brother Nathan Fralick who was acclaimed to the position. Our appreciation to all of those who took the time to attend the meeting.

In Solidarity,

Jennifer Savage
President

Vancouver Local UPDATE – November 27, 2017

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I’ve been handed a 24 hour notice, now what?

It’s bound to happen at some point in your career: a supervisor hands you a 24 hour notice of interview to discuss something that Canada Post alleges you have done. What you do from that point onwards will have an impact on the outcome. Here’s some simple tips to help you through this difficult process. Continue reading “Vancouver Local UPDATE – November 27, 2017”