News and communiqués > 2017

  • [17 August 2017]

    LAST CHANCE: SURVEY - WORK CHALLENGE COMMITTEE (deadline: August 18, 2017)
    WORK CHALLENGE COMMITTEE Good day fellow APOC members, Many of you have been telling us that you have big challenges in getting your work done.  WE HAVE HEARD YOU!!!!  The association wants to better reveal your challenges to the corporation and our fellow members.  To this end, we are asking you, the front line of our membership, to assist us.  We have built this small survey to help direct our efforts identifying the... >>
  • [03 August 2017]

    LETTER TO HOUSE OF COMMONS (REPLY JULY 4, 2017)
    Good day: Following our letter sent to The Honourable Bill Morneau at the House of Commons on May 5th, kindly refer to the following link to read his reply: /images/uploads/1836880681501760899.pdf   Thank you.   *************   Good day: APOC National Office is still awaiting a reply to a letter sent to The Honourable Bill Morneau at the House of Commons on May 5th. Upon reception, a copy... >>
  • [27 June 2017]

    LETTER TO OSFI (REPLY JUNE 7, 2017)
    Good day: Following our letter sent to to the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada on May 5th, kindly refer to the following link to read their reply: /images/uploads/9272069651498570741.pdf Thank you. ********************* Good day: On Friday May 5th 2017, a letter was sent to the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions. Kindly follow the link... >>
  • [26 June 2017]

    NEGOTIATION
    Dear Colleagues: The negotiation team met on June 12th and 21st to study the outcome of all negotiating requests received.   As meeting occur we will provide regular updates.  Thank you.
  • [26 June 2017]

    APOC - SOCIAL HOST POLICY
    Good day: Kindly refer to the following link for more information on the new policy that was adopted at our Executive Committee meetings held during the week of June 12, 2017. /images/uploads/16253330271498496029.pdf Thank you.
  • [08 May 2017]

    UPDATE ON NEGOTIATIONS
    Dear Colleagues: The negotiation team met during the week of April 24th to start reviewing all requests received and to discuss the next step.  The team is scheduled to meet again on June 12th, 21st & 22nd . Thank you.
  • [10 April 2017]

    MENTAL HEALTH COMMUNIQUE
         As you are all aware Mental Health absenteeism is on the rise at Canada Post . 33% of Short Term Disability claims (STDP) are related to mental health issues and a staggering 64% of our Long Term (LTD) absences are related to Mental Health issues Sun Life , the Long Term absence provider has started a pilot project focusing on early intervention by their medical providers aimed at identifying claims centered on mental... >>
  • [24 February 2017]

    APOC - MISSION STATEMENT
    During our last Executive Committee Meetings held in February, the board came together to finalize the details of our mission statement. We are very proud to share with you the following: We are committed to establishing open and meaningful dialogue in order to promote strong leadership development and inspire a progressive environment built on respect and trust
  • [20 February 2017]

    NEGOTIATION - BRANCH MEETING SCHEDULE
    Kindly refer to the link below for the Branches “special membership meeting” dates http://www.apoc-aopc.com/images/uploads/18460100311487616480.pdf    
  • [17 February 2017]

    Communiqué to SL6s
    Kindly refer to the link below for up to date information: http://www.apoc-aopc.com/images/uploads/2939340691487362695.pdf
  • [06 February 2017]

    WORK CHALLENGE COMMITTEE-Update
    Fellow colleagues:        With the Corporation’s NDM survey now behind us, the work challenge committee met on January 24-26 and again on Jan 31 through Feb 2.  Our focus during these dates was to revise our own survey to be released shortly, and to revise our goals for 2017 moving forward.  The importance of success with our committee cannot be overstated, thus we enlisted the services of an external... >>
  • [02 February 2017]

    Confidentiality & Privacy Policy
    Good day everyone:   Following the ​Executive Committee Meetings ​held in November 2016, The Association of Postal Officials of Canada has implemented a Confidentiality & Privacy Policy​. You will find the policy in the link below: http://www.apoc-aopc.com/images/uploads/10508839971486038560.pdf  
  • [31 January 2017]

    Negotiation Update
    Dear colleagues, The negotiation team met in Ottawa the week of January 23rd . During this collaborative meeting, the team exchanged ideas and suggestions on the next steps as we move closer to negotiations with the Canada Post Corporation. The next meeting is scheduled for the week of April 24, 2017. The team will have the responsibility to review all requests and to develop its strategy. We invite you to participate in the... >>
  • [24 January 2017]

    Canada Post’s changes EAP provider
    The change of the EAP supplier follows a competitive procurement process for our EAP contract. Beginning February 1, 2017, Homewood Health will replace Shepell as our EAP provider. Homewood offers similar high-quality EAP services with counsellors who specialize in treating or counselling on various life situations. To provide a seamless experience for employees, Shepell will continue providing counselling to those who began services... >>

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News and communiqués > 2017

  • [17 August 2017]

    LAST CHANCE: SURVEY - WORK CHALLENGE COMMITTEE (deadline: August 18, 2017)
    WORK CHALLENGE COMMITTEE Good day fellow APOC members, Many of you have been telling us that you have big challenges in getting your work done.  WE HAVE HEARD YOU!!!!  The association wants to better reveal your challenges to the corporation and our fellow members.  To this end, we are asking you, the front line of our membership, to assist us.  We have built this small survey to help direct our efforts identifying the... >>
  • [03 August 2017]

    LETTER TO HOUSE OF COMMONS (REPLY JULY 4, 2017)
    Good day: Following our letter sent to The Honourable Bill Morneau at the House of Commons on May 5th, kindly refer to the following link to read his reply: /images/uploads/1836880681501760899.pdf   Thank you.   *************   Good day: APOC National Office is still awaiting a reply to a letter sent to The Honourable Bill Morneau at the House of Commons on May 5th. Upon reception, a copy... >>
  • [27 June 2017]

    LETTER TO OSFI (REPLY JUNE 7, 2017)
    Good day: Following our letter sent to to the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada on May 5th, kindly refer to the following link to read their reply: /images/uploads/9272069651498570741.pdf Thank you. ********************* Good day: On Friday May 5th 2017, a letter was sent to the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions. Kindly follow the link... >>
  • [26 June 2017]

    NEGOTIATION
    Dear Colleagues: The negotiation team met on June 12th and 21st to study the outcome of all negotiating requests received.   As meeting occur we will provide regular updates.  Thank you.
  • [26 June 2017]

    APOC - SOCIAL HOST POLICY
    Good day: Kindly refer to the following link for more information on the new policy that was adopted at our Executive Committee meetings held during the week of June 12, 2017. /images/uploads/16253330271498496029.pdf Thank you.
  • [08 May 2017]

    UPDATE ON NEGOTIATIONS
    Dear Colleagues: The negotiation team met during the week of April 24th to start reviewing all requests received and to discuss the next step.  The team is scheduled to meet again on June 12th, 21st & 22nd . Thank you.
  • [10 April 2017]

    MENTAL HEALTH COMMUNIQUE
         As you are all aware Mental Health absenteeism is on the rise at Canada Post . 33% of Short Term Disability claims (STDP) are related to mental health issues and a staggering 64% of our Long Term (LTD) absences are related to Mental Health issues Sun Life , the Long Term absence provider has started a pilot project focusing on early intervention by their medical providers aimed at identifying claims centered on mental... >>
  • [24 February 2017]

    APOC - MISSION STATEMENT
    During our last Executive Committee Meetings held in February, the board came together to finalize the details of our mission statement. We are very proud to share with you the following: We are committed to establishing open and meaningful dialogue in order to promote strong leadership development and inspire a progressive environment built on respect and trust
  • [20 February 2017]

    NEGOTIATION - BRANCH MEETING SCHEDULE
    Kindly refer to the link below for the Branches “special membership meeting” dates http://www.apoc-aopc.com/images/uploads/18460100311487616480.pdf    
  • [17 February 2017]

    Communiqué to SL6s
    Kindly refer to the link below for up to date information: http://www.apoc-aopc.com/images/uploads/2939340691487362695.pdf
  • [06 February 2017]

    WORK CHALLENGE COMMITTEE-Update
    Fellow colleagues:        With the Corporation’s NDM survey now behind us, the work challenge committee met on January 24-26 and again on Jan 31 through Feb 2.  Our focus during these dates was to revise our own survey to be released shortly, and to revise our goals for 2017 moving forward.  The importance of success with our committee cannot be overstated, thus we enlisted the services of an external... >>
  • [02 February 2017]

    Confidentiality & Privacy Policy
    Good day everyone:   Following the ​Executive Committee Meetings ​held in November 2016, The Association of Postal Officials of Canada has implemented a Confidentiality & Privacy Policy​. You will find the policy in the link below: http://www.apoc-aopc.com/images/uploads/10508839971486038560.pdf  
  • [31 January 2017]

    Negotiation Update
    Dear colleagues, The negotiation team met in Ottawa the week of January 23rd . During this collaborative meeting, the team exchanged ideas and suggestions on the next steps as we move closer to negotiations with the Canada Post Corporation. The next meeting is scheduled for the week of April 24, 2017. The team will have the responsibility to review all requests and to develop its strategy. We invite you to participate in the... >>
  • [24 January 2017]

    Canada Post’s changes EAP provider
    The change of the EAP supplier follows a competitive procurement process for our EAP contract. Beginning February 1, 2017, Homewood Health will replace Shepell as our EAP provider. Homewood offers similar high-quality EAP services with counsellors who specialize in treating or counselling on various life situations. To provide a seamless experience for employees, Shepell will continue providing counselling to those who began services... >>