Tell CSC that Food Services Officers require safety training now!
Over the past year, FOS have told us that they urgently require:
- Immediate safety training
- More FOS in kitchens, and
- Broken equipment to be fixed
Help these workers get the training they need to stay safe at work by sending a letter now.
National President David Neufeld meets with O Division RCMP
USJE National President David Neufeld met with senior Members of the RCMP in O Division alongside MP and Parliamentary Secretary to the Public Safety Minister Pam Damoff. The meeting’s focus was discussing the experiences of public service employees within O Division who provide crucial operational support for a range of activities from criminal investigations, intelligence gathering, case management, among other activities.
USJE Equity Conference: Together in Unity, Equity for All
The conference will be held January 31 to February 3, 2023, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Through diverse speakers we will explore what is being done, and what can be done to advance equity within USJE and the departments we represent.
We invite USJE members who are interested in attending the conference to apply by Friday, September 16, 5:00 pm EDT.
Congratulations winners of our Let’s Get Social contest
Jo-Lynn Loyer, from Local 20141 in BC, won an iPad Air, Sarah Greenland, from Local 60052 in New Brunswick, won an iPhone 13 and Chantal Sabourin, from Local 10004 in Quebec, won an Apple Watch Series 7. We also sent out 25 pairs of Skullcandy headphones and 25 Forte speakers to winners across the country.
The contest gave us a huge increase in our social media interactions in June with a 2,200 per cent rise in Facebook likes, a 1,300 per cent hike in Instagram followers and the USJE Twitter account saw 1,500 per cent increase in new followers. We also saw a significant rise in subscribers to our newsletter.
DSAs deserve to feel safe and supported at work—Letter to RCMP commanding officers
On August 15, USJE National President David Neufeld sent a letter to RCMP commanding officers calling for workplace improvements for Detachment Services Assistants across Canada.
Ontario – Kingston, ON – Sept. 27-29
Pacific – Vancouver, BC – Oct. 4-6
Atlantic – Halifax, NS – Oct. 25-27
Quebec – Montreal, QC – Nov. 8-10
Prairies – Edmonton, AB – Nov. 15-17
*Optional training on final day of all conferences
Rally for a Fair Contract!
September 28, 2022 12:30 p.m.
Collins Bay Institution
1455 Bath Road, Kingston, ON
USJE Virtual Town Hall Meetings – Fall 2022
October 18 and 19, 2022
USJE Equity Conference
Winnipeg, MB – January 31-February 3, 2023
USJE National Convention
Whister, BC – July 17-21, 2023
Labour Day 2022: Don’t just thank a union, get involved!
Canada’s labour movement has a long history of fighting – and winning – battles for decent wages, better working conditions, and stronger protections that improve people’s lives. But today, our movement still faces challenges – some new, others we’ve been grappling with for decades.
So this Labour Day, don’t just thank a union: take action and get involved.
Victory: PSAC secures important gains in new Public Service Health Care Plan agreement
PSAC has successfully negotiated long overdue improvements to the Public Service Health Care Plan (PSHCP), which provides benefits to most federal public service workers and retirees.
PSAC launches a toolkit to address violence and harassment at work
This toolkit is designed to help members and elected leaders effectively recognize and deal with individual and institutional workplace violence and harassment with tips and information for preventing incidents, responding effectively, and supporting affected individuals.