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July 17, 2009

APOC Job Evaluation Plan Project - Focus Groups


I would like to take this opportunity to provide you with an update on the

progress of the building of your Job Evaluation...


June 25, 2009

The Passing of Past York Divisional Vice President Donald Francis Bourne

BOURNE, Donald Francis - Passed away peacefully on June 23, 2009, at the

age of 75. Family and friends will be received at the Ward Funeral...


June 11, 2009

Negotiations Update: Conclusion of Conciliation Process.

Dear Fellow Members,

Thursday, June 11, 2009 the Association of Postal Officials of Canada has

formally notified Canada Post that it is...


June 4, 2009

Communique about Jobs Evaluation

Dear Fellow Members,

Your bargaining team has received numerous emails from concerned

members about the Job Evaluation Plans and specifically...


June 1, 2009

Communique to Members

As you probably know, the Association has written to the Minister of Labour

to apply for conciliation.

Now that the Interest Base Negotiations...


May 31, 2010

May 31st, 2010 update

We attended a meeting with the Corporation last week. We had an overview of what will be the future for Superintendents in the Plants and C&D.

Regrettably, CPC will pursue is way and delete many of our Superintendent positions. There will be local meetings with your APOC Representatives to review the Corporationís new organization.

I cannot show you the entire picture because each Plant will be different. You will see a structure with fewer Superintendents in the major plants; you will have medium Plants with no Superintendents; and a mix of the two in the smaller plants.

C&D will also be touched; you will see many Superintendents in charge of two and three Postal Stations. Some areas will be more affected because some people on the Management side are looking to be heroes in front of the company Head Office 12th floor.

We warned the Corporation that grievances and arbitrations will be enforced as soon as they do not follow the entire collective agreement, not just article 43.54.

We are still meeting with the Corporation to be sure that all your rights will be respected. You will have surpluses in some situations and shortages in some areas.

After deleting many of our positions, they will create around 40 MGT positions to help and coach the Directors, Managers and Superintendents. Now it seems important to mentor our members but we are not sure what is really in the back of their minds, is it to help or to get us? We will need to be vigilant to see where they will go with this one. We believe that these new jobs should be APOC ones. It is on the agenda with our Legal team.

Some of you may look for a promotion and become a Manager. I understand that you are looking for challenges and better pay (not all the time better), however, I need to caution you on what can happen to you. Iím sure that you remember the Managers that were escorted out in the last year and even in the last few weeks.

In the past, non performing Employees were the ones being targeted. Not anymore, only one thing is important now, and this is the $ sign.

At the end of this year, the management team will lose many benefits and this is why a large portion of them will retire, to be able to keep them after retirement.

You can do whatever you want, but donít forget that you have job protection if you stay with APOC.

Your local APOC Executives will be contacted soon by the Corporation. After the meeting they will be able to let you know what will be the new organization in your region.

The Local Areas and RVU are not part of this process.

Again, no one will lose their job. You are APOC Members not MGT.


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