Newsletter – February 3

USJE members urged to file grievances regarding return to worksite policies within 25 working days 

If you are a USJE member who believes they cannot fulfill their obligation to return to the worksite as it is being implemented at your place of work, it is imperative that you file an individual grievance within 25 working days from the date that the policy is implemented in your workplace.

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Tell us about your telework arrangements

Help us understand how your workplace has adjusted to the new normal by completing our five-minute survey about the new Treasury Board Directive on return to worksite policies, and register for National Town Halls on February 15 and 16.

Have you been working fully remote, fully on-site, or somewhere in-between? How does the new Directive affect you? Your input will help us when we meet with your employer.

Complete the survey
Register for Town Halls

USJE and RCMP making headway on Detachment Services Assistants Report recommendations

A progress report on the ongoing initiative to improve working conditions for Detachment Services Assistants (DSAs) was part of a recent National Health and Safety Policy Committee (NHSPC) meeting.

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Together in Unity, Equity for All — USJE Equity Conference kicks off in Winnipeg

USJE’s National Equity Conference is the first ever of its kind for our union. Participants are exploring ways that USJE members can be better equipped to promote equity and justice in their workplaces and union for the long term.

Read the day 1 recap
Read the day 2 recap
Day 3 and day 4

Upcoming Events

USJE National Town Halls on the Treasury Board’s return to worksite Directive
February 15 and 16, 2023

USJE National Convention
Whistler, BC – July 17-21, 2023

Celebrating Black labour leadership, creating better workplaces for all

Black History Month is an opportunity to reflect on and celebrate the contributions and accomplishments of Black leaders, workers, cultures and communities across Canada. Our labour movement has been shaped and fortified by the leadership of people of African and Caribbean descent, and we are proud to build and grow in solidarity together toward a more equitable future. 

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