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May 25, 2009

Update on negotiations between Canada Post and APOC

Canada Post and the Association of Postal Officials of Canada (APOC) have


been meeting since November in an effort to obtain a collective...

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April 28, 2009

DUES INCREASE

As The Association is not immune to cost increases associated with


representing our members, the National Executive Committee has


determined...

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March 30, 2009

Update on Negotiations between Canada Post and APOC

Canada Post and the Association of Postal Officials of Canada (APOC) have


been meeting since March 16th to continue negotiations towards a...

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March 17, 2009

Update on Negotiations.

Negotiations between Canada Post and the Association of Postal Officials


of Canada (APOC) are continuing. The parties returned to the table...

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February 10, 2009

SENSITIVE MATERIAL DO NOT DISTRIBUTE.

SENSITIVE MATERIAL DO NOT DISTRIBUTE.


WE HAVE AN AGREEMENT WITH THE CORPORATION THAT WE WILL ONLY


PUBLISH JOINT COMMUNIQUE. THIS WILL HELP...

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April 29, 2008

Update on APOC Job Evaluation Plans

SUMMARY: In February 2007, Canada Post and APOC jointly embarked on a


journey to review, update or develop both APOC Job Evaluation Plans


(Operations and Marketing Sales & Service (MSS)). For your information,


following is an update on the critical work accomplished by the Joint


Committee as of February 29, 2008.





ACTION REQUIRED: For information only





DETAILS: March 2007





 Provided Job Analysis and Job Evaluation training for Joint


Committee





 Prepared Job Analysis Questionnaire and Interview


Schedule





 Conducted Job Interviews in the Quebec, GTA, Huron


Rideau and Prairie Regions





 Interviewed 130 APOC-represented employees from


Operations





 Interviewed 30 APOC-represented employees from MSS





April - June 2007





 Analyzed the responses to the Job Analysis Interview


exercise





 Gathered information during interviews to enable the


development of the new Job Evaluation Plans (Operations and MSS)





 Prepared the Job Information Gathering Tool (JIGT), which


contains the skills and responsibilities efforts and working conditions of


your new Job Evaluation Plan





 Validated JIGT with Sponsor Representatives





 Validated JIGT with Project Steering Committee





 Planned and scheduled the Employee Focus Groups





July - September 2007





 Validated JIGT with APOC-represented employees from both


Operations and MSS





 Held 88 Focus Groups in 19 cities (21 locations), with


participation from:


- 396 APOC-represented Operations employees,


- 93 APOC-represented MSS employees.





Purpose of the Focus Groups





 Involve APOC-represented employees in this critical phase


by seeking their validation of the work completed in developing the new


Job Evaluation Plan





 Give APOC-represented employees the opportunity to


comment on the skills and responsibilities of their jobs.





The response to the JIGT was very supportive. During the post-Focus


Group feedback sessions over 80% of participants recognized their roles


and responsibilities as well as those of other job holders in Operations and


MSS. While it is not feasible to survey all employees during the


development phase, the project will be calling upon all APOC-represented


employees during the final phase to participate. Employees from locations


that were not part of the Focus Group phase will be involved.





September 2007 February 2008





 Analyzed the responses provided in the JIGTs completed


during the Focus Groups





 Refined the JIGTs in preparation for the final phase of the


project, now that all Operations and MSS JIGTs have been analyzed





March 2008 June 2008





The Committee will not meet the deadline of March 31, 2008 to finalize the


development of both the Operations and MSS Plans. Both parties continue


to work diligently to finalize the development of both plans, which will


measure the skills, responsibilities, efforts and working conditions of APOC-


represented employees.





Next steps for the Joint Committee are to:


 finalize the French versions of the JIGT for Operations and


MSS





 resume work on core activities through March /April 2008





 secure agreement with the developed plan by both parties


i.e. Canada Post and APOC





Attached are Questions and Answers to provide you with additional


information and clarity on the project.





We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your collaboration


and continued support of this critical initiative. Please email any concerns or


questions to the project at: APOC JEP 2007 / PEP AOPC 2007.








CONTACT INFORMATION:


Rene F.M. Belanger Darrin Kohut


Manager, OP& D APOC, National


Vice-President


Project Co-Lead Project Co-Lead

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