Resources, Forms and Links

 

Please click on the following documents to open.

CUPE Collective Agreement – 2014-2019
Employee Support Grant
Provincial Framework Agreement
2017 Support Staff Seniority
Under Duress Final Report Dec 14
Shared Services update Nov-2014
Bylaws

CUPE Expense and Mileage Claim Forms

Mileage Claim
Expense Claim

In-Service and Pro-D Information

CUPE.Reimbursements@sd23.bc.ca for questions or to submit application forms.

In-Service and Pro-D Reimbursement Forms

Pre-approval application Revised 2018

In-Service and Pro-D Funding – Information for Employees Revised 2018

Please note:  Leave of Absence must be submitted and approved through Employee Connect.

Purchase CUPE Local 3523 items

Cavan Advertising Ltd. is 100% Canadian owned and operated by Unifor Local 591-G.  We have provided our CUPE 3523 logo to Cavan so you can order any item you would like.  Please visit the website at www.cavanadv.com
If you would like to place an order, please email admin@cavanadv.com

Employee and Family Assistance Program
Members of CUPE Local 3523 have the confidential and voluntary support service from Shepell.fgi to help with difficulties they may be challenged with.  From managing relationships and family, finding child and elder care resources, to legal advice and personal work-life balance,help is a phone call away (1 800 387 4765).  This service is provided free of charge to School District 23 employees.  To visit the website click workhealthlife.com

Joint Early Intervention Services (JEIS)
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As part of our Collective Agreement and the PEBT (Public Education Benefits Trust) program, CUPE 3523 members are part of a process called the JEIS (Joint Early Intervention Services).
The objective of this service is to try to provide our members with any help that may be required to get through an illness, injury or situation resulting in them being off work for more than six days.  The goal is to help those who can, go back to work when they are ready, and to assist those who may be going on to Long Term Disability (LTD).  Those going on to LTD will find that this process will help them get the required paperwork, etc. ready ahead of time.  Members will also be provided with any assistance they may need for treatment between the waiting period and actual acceptance into the program.
Once an employee has been off on sick leave for more than six (6) consecutive days, their names are forwarded to Desjardin’s Financial Security (carrier) and also to CUPE 3523 President.  Someone from Desjardin’s (currently Sue Bulloch) will contact the employee to discuss their situation and help them with required paperwork.  If you have any questions about this process, please feel free to contact CUPE.
Our goal as a Union is to try to help our members return to work as soon as they are capable, with any assistance we can possibly give them through JEIS.

Job Evaluation
Any employee who feels their job has changed may request a job evaluation.  Email Kyle Cormier, Assistant Director of Human Resources to request JE forms.   Please refer to the document titled Job_Evaluation_Plan, which outlines the 9 categories used to rate support staff duties.

Benefits and pensions:

The following Provincial Benefits Package was voted on and approved at the General Membership Meeting in 2016.  The attached spreadsheet compares the current benefits plan with the upcoming benefits plan which will come into effect September 2017. Blue Cross will remain as the carrier.

CUPE Links:

Below are links to CUPE BC, CUPE National, and CLC.  If you are interested in Union Education, please click on the links and Union Education.