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By Breeonne Baxter on September 6, 2018
Today, HR issued two memos related to employees represented by CUPE 2278:
If you have any questions, please contact your HR Associate.
By Breeonne Baxter on December 8, 2016
The BC Government has announced an Economic Stability Dividend of 0.35% to be paid in 2017 to eligible public-sector employees
If you have any questions, please contact your Human Resources Associate.
See all HR memos at http://www.hr.ubc.ca/memos/.
By Breeonne Baxter on November 24, 2016
These memos were distributed in recent weeks to Heads Up – Vancouver, and the HR Networks distribution list.
Action: Familiarize yourself with the provisions for paid leave for staff over the three normal working days between Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
Action: If your department will have any Hiring Solutions (previously Staff Finders) staff working in December, please familiarize yourself with the requirements around their Christmas Leave eligibility
By Breeonne Baxter on September 1, 2016
This week, we issued a memo to administrators at the Vancouver campus in departments with CUPE 2278 Teaching Assistants, regarding CUPE 2278 Teaching Assistants & Markers – Bullying & Harassment Prevention Training, Orientation, and Dues Deduction.
By Breeonne Baxter on November 15, 2012
For HR Administrators
Human Resources and Finance are preparing to implement CUPE 2950 general wage increase, 2% across all jobs, retroactive to April 1, 2012.
Our target date is for the Nov 30, 2012, payroll date for the increase, including the retro payments.
The mass increase will be implemented in HRMS this week for salaried employees and a few days later for hourly employees.
Once this is implemented:
Until the new rates are entered in HRMS (scheduled date is Nov. 15/16), all systems will continue to pick up old rates.
Once the new rates are in HRMS, then these systems will immediately start using the new rates.
Until the new rates are entered in HRMS, job postings will continue to have the old rates.
Once the new rates are in HRMS, new job postings will have the new rates, but existing job postings will still have the old rates
Until the new rates are entered in HRMS, job offers will be submitted at the old rates. The mass salary increase program will update their rates, together with all existing eligible employees. Once the new rates are in HRMS, job offers will be submitted with new rates.
The April 1, 2013 GWI (also 2%) will be implemented in April next year.