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March 29, 2010

What you need to know if you should go off on Short Term Disability

Once you have called your team leader and advised him or her that you will be off for more than seven calendar days, your team leader will enter...


March 13, 2010

Mail Operations Organization - High Priority Message (March 12, 2010)

To: All Association of Postal Officials of Canada (APOC) Members

Dear Members,

As many of you are already aware, a message has been distributed...


March 12, 2010

APOC Job Evaluation Review Committee

Members of the Job Evaluation Review Committee have started meeting to review the classification appeals received from APOC-represented employees....


February 18, 2010



FEBRUARY 17, 2010

The Association received 13.6...


January 19, 2010

JEP Appeal Process Extended

The Appeal Process deadline is now extended to February 5, 2010.

Employees who wish to request an appeal of their job under the new Job Evaluation...


December 12, 2007

Performance appraisal

For your information.

In approximately two months this will be the time of the year that you will

receive your year end appraisal.

If you receive a need improvement rating, read the following rules from the

collective agreement and how to interpret it in blue or in red.

When you contest an appraisal, verify if the Corporation has respected part

5 of letter 1.

5. In the application of the appraisal process, employees experiencing

difficulties meeting their objectives (goals) or who are heading in the

direction of receiving a “Needs Improvement” rating on

their performance appraisal, must be notified in the

quarter in which their performance is deemed to be “Needs

and have a

quarterly review completed in writing by the end of the month following

that quarter except in the case of the end of the fiscal year, when

the employee must be notified by February 28th.
In the

event that a quarterly review is not completed in accordance with this

paragraph, the employee’s performance for that relevant quarter shall be

deemed “Commendable”.

For the first part;

You must been notified in the quarter. This means before the end of March

for the first quarter, before the end of June for the second quarter, before

the end of September for the third quarter and before the end of December

for the fourth quarter. For example; on February 14 my manager met me

and advised me that my rating is a needs improvement but did not notify

me between September and December I shall then be deemed

commendable for that relevant quarter. This example is good for each


For the second part:

You need to be notified in writing before the end of the month following the

quarter (April, July, October and January). For example; it’s November 2nd

and I did not have a quarterly review in writing for the third quarter, I shall

be deemed commendable for this quarter. This example is good for each

quarter. February 28th is the date where you must have received your

year end result in writing.

If you have any concerns or questions, please contact your local Branch


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