Most members of BCGEU 1, 5, 6, 12 and 20 are through the b.C retirement plan. The retirement plan currently has more than $23 billion in equity. Most members of the other components are covered by the Community Pension Plan (PPP), the College Pension Plan (CPP) or the benefit retirement plan covered by the union itself.  As the type of public sector employment in British Columbia has changed in recent decades, the number of BCGEU members working directly for the government has decreased, while the number of BCGEU members working, contracted by the provincial government or entrusted to the private sector, has increased. The BCGEU is now the largest union that organizes casino employees in the province and negotiates strong collective agreements.  The union is divided into a demerger structure based on professional groupings. Each component has geographical premises. This is the structure of the union`s components: Nurses` 16th Master and Component Agreements (PDF, 2.04MB) Changes to the ETO – What You Need to Know: Information Video This compressed information video provides a brief overview of the steps needed to implement the new working language in the ETO component agreement. This video is only used for training purposes. ETO Hours of Work Joint Training Video BCGEU and BCPSA jointly developed training on new hours of work in the ETO component agreement and then provided this training to ETO employees across the province.
This video is a recording of the Kamloops workout. It should only be considered for training purposes. For the BC Public Service: The British Columbia Government and Service Employees` Union (BCGEU) is a union in British Columbia, Canada, with more than 80,000 members. The union employs more than 200 service and administrative officers in 12 district offices in the province and at Burnaby headquarters. The current president of the BCGEU is Stephanie Smith.  Smith was elected to the position in 2014. Previous presidents were Darryl Walker, George Heyman and John T. Shields. .
BCGEU first obtained full bargaining rights under the BC Public Service Labour Relations Act in 1974.  Since then, BCGEU has been involved in a number of precedents, including the BCGEU/British Columbia on Copyright under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Meiorin discrimination case. Although the UNION Constitution requires the Union not to follow a political party, THE BCGEU was a major and long-term supporter of the BC New Democratic Party and contributed 157,770.64 $US in the year following the 2009 provincial elections.  The most recent conditions agreed by the province and the B.C. Government and Service Employees` Union (BCGEU): BCGEU employees are themselves unionized and represented by the Workers` Union (UWU) and the Union Professionals Movement. Negotiations between the BCGEU and its employees (then members of the CEP) collapsed in 2005, triggering a strike lasting several weeks.  The last conditions agreed by Queen`s Printer and Unifor: the union, which dates back to 1919, is divided into 550 different bargaining units. About one-third of BCGEU membership works in the province`s (government) public service. The rest work in the broader public sector, including municipal social services, health care, education and some crown agencies and public authorities, as well as in the private sector, including credit unions, privatized highway maintenance companies and casinos.  . . See the latest letter from the #13 Employment Committee (PDF, 1.43MB).