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AAPS PD Program Series: Notions of Power

About the Notions of Power Series

We come into the world from different places, and we come into our jobs from different life experiences and philosophies. Almost all of us encounter the challenges of change in the workplace, and those changes intersect with our orientations to change, adaptability, control, and personal power. Read more about AAPS PD Program Series: Notions of Power

UBC's New Strategic Plan: Your Input is Needed

 

 

Dear AAPS Members,

On January 10th, AAPS President Andrea Han and I had our first meeting with President Ono. We discussed a number of topics, most prominently the development of UBC’s new strategic plan. Read more about UBC's New Strategic Plan: Your Input is Needed

Upcoming AAPS PD Programs

 

We are bringing back some popular topics in January /February for members at Point Grey and the Downtown Hospital Sites.

  • Fearless Facilitation
  • Wire Your Brain for High Impact Leadership
  • Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples™
  • Breaking Patterns of Procrastination

For members in the Okanagan, we are introducing a new three-part series to help you get a handle on workplace communications challenges. Read more about Upcoming AAPS PD Programs

Sign Up: New Member Info Session

 

All AAPS members should attend the AAPS New Member Information Session. Get a better understanding of your workplace rights and responsibilities as well as your negotiated benefits. Find out how AAPS works to support and represent you in the workplace.

Fill out your New Member Contact Information Form and you’ll be invited to our next session! Read more about Sign Up: New Member Info Session

AAPS Memo to Members


AAPS Memo to Members: Year End Checklist, Office Closure, and a reminder about your Right to Representation

Dear AAPS Members,

On behalf of the AAPS Board and Staff, we’d like to wish you all the best for the holiday season. We look forward to working with you in 2017. Read more about AAPS Memo to Members

EFAP Newsletter and help during the holidays

 

Remember, you and your family have access to FREE 24/7/365 counselling services from Shepell. Online, over the phone or in person.

If the holidays are a challenging time of year, please don't hesitate to each out for help. EFAP has a wide range of services including: Read more about EFAP Newsletter and help during the holidays

Paid Leave (Christmas) Article 12.10

The majority of AAPS members will receive the three days of paid leave between Christmas and New Year's as a form recognition for additional hours of work or as a form of recognition for other contributions they make.

We want to remind AAPS members that this paid leave is not an entitlement

Should you have any questions regarding the three days of paid leave between Christmas and New Year's we encourage you contact the AAPS Office at aaps.office@ubc.ca or 604 822 9025 for a confidential conversation. Read more about Paid Leave (Christmas) Article 12.10

AAPS Office Closure

 

The AAPS Office will be closed starting Monday, December 25, 2016 and will reopen at 8:30am on Tuesday, January 3, 2016.

Should you have an emergency labour relations situation during this time, please phone the office and leave a voicemail. One of the Member Services Officers will be checking the voicemail regularly and will be able to assist you.

Please leave a message at 604 822 9025. Read more about AAPS Office Closure

AAPS Staff working remotely on Friday December 9


Due to the anticipated inclement weather in Vancouver, AAPS staff members will be working from home on Friday, December 9. While the physical office is closed, we are available to assist you by phone and email.

Please contact the AAPS Office with any queries at 604 822 9025 or aaps.office@ubc.ca. Read more about AAPS Staff working remotely on Friday December 9

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