CUPE 387 Executive wishes everyone…
The Working Mind is offered in a partnership between the City, CUPE Local 387 and IBEW Local 213 and will begin in January 2019.
The program is designed to promote mental health literacy in the workplace, dispel the myths of mental health problems and reduce associated stigma by providing an overview of mental health as a continuum. For managers and supervisors, the program will also include learning about:
Phase I of The Working Mind will begin in January 2019 with the training of Supervisors and Managers. In February 2019, Phase II training will begin for all full-time regular, part-time regular and auxiliary employees and will continue into the following year. The Working Mind sessions will be delivered by internal facilitators from the NW Police Department’s Mental Health Unit who are certified with the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
The implementation of the program follows over two years of discussions between the Union and the City about the importance of mental health awareness in the workplace (see post Mental Health in the Workplace from March 10, 2018). The Union continues its endeavors to make the workplace safe both physically and psychologically.
The annual Children’s Christmas party is for all New Westminster City staff and is a fun time for everyone. It includes breakfast, crafts for the children, entertainment and, of course, a visit from Santa.
Queensborough Community Centre
920 Ewen Avenue
Please RSVP by Nov 30 to Kelly Flello
• Name, age and gender of all children attending
• Number of parents/guardians attending
Children older than 10 years and grandchildren are welcome but will not be eligible for a gift from Santa.
You are welcome to bring a gift to have Santa hand out to a child who is not eligible.
If you’re thinking of retiring in the next few years, taking a workshop will help with your planning and decision making. CUPE offers 3 day workshops and several are scheduled for the Lower Mainland this fall.
The next closest workshop is in Burnaby from December 6 to 8 from 9am to 4pm each day. There is a charge which includes lunch and refreshments. Registration is accepted online. For complete information, check out the schedule of workshops.
When: Wednesday, June 13, 4:30 pm to 7 pm (Game 5:15pm)
Where: Queen’s Park Stadium ball field
No experience necessary, just enthusiasm and the desire to have fun!
Refreshments courtesy of CUPE 387.
Email Nancy Jickels at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. Please indicate if you are bringing along additional guests/players as well as whether you are CUPE or Exempt.
Welcome to your new executive for 2018 to 2019. At the General Meeting on Tuesday, April 24, the following members were elected or re-elected, all by acclamation.
Ryan Bryce – New
Here is the complete list of your Executive.
Don’t miss the Annual General Meeting of the CUPE 387 Short Term Sick Leave Plan. The meeting will include nominations and elections of trustees for the coming year, approval of the audit, discussion of rebates and voting on bylaw changes. Check the STSP AGM Notice for the proposed changes.
Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 5:15 pm
New Westminster City Hall, Boardroom B
The Annual General Meeting and elections have been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 24 at 5:00 pm. Come out and vote for the Executive Directors and Trustees you wish to represent you for the following year.
The Annual General Meeting is a chance to have your say in who will represent you for the coming year. Don’t miss this year’s meeting. Elections for Executive Directors and Trustees will be held. More information.
As with all general meetings, a donation to the food bank is appreciated.
Tuesday, March 27 at 5:00 pm
Centennial Community Centre
65 E Sixth Ave
New Westminster, BC V3L 4G6