VIDEO: B.C. public service workers begin job action amid bargaining breakdown - Terrace Standard

2022-08-16 2:22:00 AM

VIDEO: B.C. public service workers begin job action amid bargaining breakdown

VIDEO: B.C. public service workers begin job action amid bargaining breakdown

BCGEU president Stephanie Smith part of picket lineat the BC Liquor Distribution Branch’s centre in Delta

Video BCGEU union members take to the picket line at the BC Liquor Distribution Branch’s Delta centre on Monday, Aug.The union, which represents about 33,000 public-service workers across B.Back to video issued strike notice Friday and is to be in a legal strike position by this afternoon.The BC General Employees’ Union will start job action in a very limited manner on Monday afternoon.

15, 2022.(James Smith/North Delta Reporter) BCGEU union members take to the picket line at the BC Liquor Distribution Branch’s Delta centre on Monday, Aug., issued strike notice Friday and is to be in a legal strike position by this afternoon.15, 2022., outside liquor distribution centres in Delta, Richmond and Kamloops, as well as the wholesale customer centre in Victoria.(James Smith/North Delta Reporter) BCGEU union members take to the picket line at the BC Liquor Distribution Branch’s Delta centre on Monday, Aug.m.15, 2022.C.

(James Smith/North Delta Reporter) Roughly 1,000 of an estimated 33,000 B.A statement from the union says retail liquor and cannabis stores are not part of this job action, but the cannabis division of the Burnaby customer care centre is included, although a picket line won't be set up there.” Advertisement 3 This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.C.public service employees have stationed themselves at picket lines across B." Union president Stephanie Smith has said wage protection is the top concern of her members as inflation climbs dramatically.C., as part of the first phase of job action amid breakdowns in bargaining with the Public Service Agency.15, 2022.The union told members last month the employer’s aggressive essential service claims had been limiting their ability to strike effectively.

At the Delta Distribution Centre, dozens could be seen at 3:30 p.m.on Monday (Aug.15) with signs in hand.While retail liquor and cannabis stores are not part of this phase of job action, the BCGEU said in a statement earlier Monday that select BC Liquor Distribution Branch wholesale and distribution centres are – specifically Richmond, Delta, Burnaby and Kamloops locations..

The contract between the BCGEU and the Public Service Agency expired April 1 and there have been sporadic talks since April 6, but the union rejected an invitation from the agency for another meeting last week, saying it would “not be fruitful.” Union president Stephanie Smith has said wage protection is the top concern of her members as inflation climbs dramatically.Like us on.

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BCGEU announces targeted job action, picket lines, as strike notice expires in B.C.BURNABY, B.C. — The British Columbia General Employees' Union says it will set up picket lines at four BC Liquor Distribution Branch wholesale and distribution centres as it begins targeted job action. Social workers are also included in this. We are the forgotten bunch yet deemed essential. Continuous burnout and lack of staffing due to the stressful working conditions is leaving many children and families in unsafe situations. Let’s hope the govt finally recognizes this!

BCGEU announces targeted job action, picket lines, as strike notice expires in B.C.The BCGEU says picket lines will go up at 3:30 p.m., outside liquor distribution centres in Delta, Richmond and Kamloops, as well as the wholesale customer centre in Victoria.

BCGEU starts job action MondayBC Liquor Distribution Branch wholesale and distribution centres in Kamloops, Delta, Richmond and Victoria are being picketed today.

BCGEU starts job action MondayBC Liquor Distribution Branch wholesale and distribution centres in Kamloops, Delta, Richmond and Victoria are being picketed today.

BCGEU serves 72-hour strike noticeThe union representing 33,000 B.C. government employees says its members have voted to authorize a strike. Of course as if they really need extra money! Good the government is a terrible embarrassment of an employer. They should all be paid more and be easier to fire. Lock them out. Over paid and underworked. Way past time to reduce the number of government employees

BCGEU to begin job action at four liquor wholesale or distribution centresThe BC General Employees’ Union is launching its job action of B.C. government employees at four liquor wholesale or distribution centres. No... not the soft targets.🤪 Don't care if they strike at LIQUOR stores but we know it will be MORE places that will surely frustrate many.Government workers are never satisfied anyways. Must be nice to be able to strike!