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    18 Apr 18 - "Direct Impact" AUPE's Spring Magazine Now Available online

    Direct Impact - Spring 2018Privatized health care laundry, more public LTC beds, and more!View the latest issue of Direct Impact online on the AUPE website! Keep It Clean: Digging up the dirt on privatized laundry.Like a Broken Record: It's time for the Alberta government to adopt a new budget outlook and dump the old routine.A Step in the Right Direction : Public long-term care provides stability for Hinton seniors.Plus all your favourites: By the Numbers, Member Profile, Bargaining Ov...  Read More...

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    17 Apr 18 - Annual General Meeting (AGM) 26 April 18 (Thursday)

    ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGNext Thursday, 26 April 201811:30-1:00Macdonald Hall, Heritage Hall first floorLunch will be provided, when you receive the meeting request please only respond if you are attending so we order the correct amount of food.Positions up for ElectionThere are a number of positions up for election. Some of these positions have both voice and vote. Some of these have voice but no vote.   Read More...

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    17 Apr 18 Blast From The Past - SAIT 100 & the CSAA/AUPE

    During our SAIT birthday celebration last year, AUPE Vice President Karen Weiers and and videographer Abdul Malik were on hand to record the day. Below is a link to one of the articles that AUPE ran in the Winter 2018 edition of our Direct Impact online magazine.The article features information about retired CSAA (Civil Service Association of Alberta) member Merv Parker. Parker helped build the time capsule and was on hand to watch its unsealing.Blast From The Past   Read More...

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    11 Apr 18 - Apply to Childrens Camp AUPE

    CAMP AUPEGOLDEYE CONFERENCE CENTRE IN NORDEGG, ABAUG 26 - 31, 2018 WHO CAN GO?This youth camp is for children of AUPE members between the ages of ten and thirteen.Two youths from each of AUPE’s 33 locals will be chosen by completely random selection; every applicant has an equal chance of attending.APPLY TO ATTENDApplications are open through AUPE’s online registration system! Click here to apply!Your child must be born between Aug. 31, 2005 and Aug.   Read More...

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    10 April 18 - International Pay Equity Day

    On Tuesday, April 10, AUPE recognized Equal Pay Day. This day is an internationally recognized day to bring attention to wage inequalities that exist throughout the world. Canadian recognition of the day was founded by the National Committee on Pay Equity in 1996.   Read More...

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    4 April 18 - Equal Pay Day is Tuesday April 10, 2018

    WEAR RED!Sisters and Brothers,I would like to take this opportunity, on behalf of the Committee, to thank you for your continued support of the work that the Alberta Union of Provincial Employee’s (AUPE) Pay and Social Equity Standing Committee does on your behalf.The Committee is entering into a new year of activism and wants to continue to bring events and issues to your attention that can help all of our members.On Tuesday, April 10, AUPE will be recognizing Equal Pay Day. This day is an inte...  Read More...

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  • 29 May 2014 - AUPE Ratifies Collective Agreement With SAIT

    More than 700 support staff at SAIT have ratified a four-year collective agreement that reflects the tentative agreement reached between the Government of Alberta and its workers.“It took a lot of hard work and the help of a mediator, but in the end we’ve achieved a collective agreement that is consistent with the trend in the public sector,” said Guy Smith, President of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, which represents the workers.Under the new deal, which expires June 30, 2017, emplo...  Read More...

  • 15 May 2013 - Update At 2013 AGM

    On behalf of the entire AUPE Local 39 Bargaining Committee, we would like to thank you for your participation in our Bargaining Survey.On April 8 and April 9, your Bargaining Committee along with AUPE negotiator Kevin Davediuk met and observed the results of your surveys and comments. Based on the feedback we received, the following issues were of concern to you:Wages: Fair and competitive with the Alberta Economy.Consistency and standardization implementation of operating procedures like Flex T...  Read More...

  • 01 June 2011 - Bargaining Update

    I wish to provide you with a update regarding our arbitration application. The labour relations board required SAIT to submit this proposals to the board by last Friday, June 10. On June 10th we received their covering letter, which told us the attachment was being couriered.   Read More...

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What does AUPE mean to me?

I am not alone;

I belong;

I am protected;

I am visible;

I have a voice;

My opinion does matter;

I have a big team of professionals looking out for me to ensure:

my rights are protected;

my job is secured;

my benefits are upheld;

my entitlement is maintained and reasonable;

my working environment is healthy and fair.

by AUPE Local 039 Member Fara Shafee

Social Committee Members Wanted

If you're interested in planning fun social events for Local 039, we want to hear from you. We’ll be electing members to join our Local 039 Social Committee at the upcoming Annual General Meeting on April 26. Come to the meeting and put your name forward to be a part of the action!

Get Active

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Labour Education Opportunities

Are you interested in union training? The AUPE Education Program delivers courses to members in support of their role in their union. Upcoming courses include Introduction to Your Union (offered online and in person), Labour History: An Introduction to Workers' History, and Foundations for Union Stewards. If you'd like to know more, check the training schedule for details. All expenses are paid - register now.

Local Spring 2018 Training Series

We will be running a training series over the next 5 months to help inform and educate members. We presently have 3 topics with Bullying and Harassment being the first one starting in February. If you would like to see these sessions offered at an additional time, please let us know. Also if you have any suggestions for our April and June dates, please send your suggestions to chair@aupelocal39.com.

Session 1 - Stand Up to Bullying and Harassment
Thursday, Feb. 22, 12 pm to 1 pm

Session 2 - Stand Up to Bullying and Harassment (to be rescheduled)
Thursday, March 22, 12 pm to 1 pm

Session 3 - Grievances Are Not Scary
Thursday, April 19, 12 pm to 1 pm

Session 4 - PPR Prep
Thursday, May 24, 12 pm to 1 pm

Session 5 - TBA
 Thursday, June 21, 12 pm to 1 pm

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    12 April 18 - AUPE "Save our Backs" Campaign

    The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE) has been at the forefront of pushing for occupational health and safety (OHS) changes at worksites in all sectors the union proudly represents for decades.From being the first union in Canada to hire a full time OHS representative in 1977, to recently advocating for major changes to OHS legislation that benefit all workers, AUPE has worked hard to improve your safety at work.That’s why AUPE is proud to be a part of a joint-campaign with the ...  Read More...

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    1 Mar 18 - Bill 30 Workplace Health & Safety Laws Fact Sheet

    Please find attached the Bill 30 Fact Sheet for your information.bill30factsheet.pdfPlease email bill30@aupe.org with any questions, or for more information on changes to the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Workers' Compensation Act.   Read More...

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    21 Feb 2018 - Bill 30 Update: Changes to the Workers’ Compensation Act

    What follows are a list of some of the important changes to the Workers’ Compensation Act Arising from Bill 30. Also included is a powerpoint presentation with plenty of additional information. Bill 30 Presentation-1.ppsCulture It was recognized by the panel reviewing the WCB system that the Board needed to alter its culture from a culture of denial to one focused on the needs of the injured worker. This was done through a number of specific recommendations and not one directed a...  Read More...

  • 23 Jan 18 - Are you getting paid what you are worth or are you working for free?

    Will you be “working” or “volunteering” at Open House and events of this type this year?Here are some things to think about. First of all, you need to fill out an HR 85 Overtime Pre-Approval - Time in Lieu form and get it signed - you can find this form on SAITNOW under the Employee Services - Forms section.Fact – Employment Standards says most employees (full and part-time) are entitled to overtime pay.Fact – Article 15 of our agreement with SAIT says an Empl...  Read More...

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