Return to the workplace: What to consider on November 19 in English and November 17 in French. This webinar is an updated version of the one offered last June. We will address health and safety considerations related to the return to work. We will also discuss the fear that surrounds the return to work and what a return-to-work plan should look like.
How to organize a virtual meeting with your local on November 30 in English and November 23 in French. While a significant number of their members have not returned to their workplaces, several Locals are looking at best practices and tools to use to organize virtual meetings with their members. What tools are available to organize virtual meetings at little or no cost? How can these meetings be prepared to reach a majority of members?
There are three semesters: Winter (January to April), Spring (May and June) and Fall (September to December). Our core program includes: Talking Union Basics (TUB), Grievance Handling, Health and Safety, and Human Rights related education courses. Here are the course descriptions.
Our education program is free of charge. Don’t forget that if you are a PSAC member working with TB, Parks, CFIA and SSHRC, you are entitled to the union leave with pay (or reimbursement) for courses offered during a day of work, and an allowance for courses offered on a day of rest.