What's New in the BC Public Service

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November 7, 2019: University of Northern BC Faculty Association (UNBCFA) Strike Notice

The University of Northern BC Faculty Association (UNBCFA) has initiated a strike on Thursday, November 7, 2019, which includes picketing at the Wood Innovation and Design Centre at 499 George Street in Prince George. An agreement has been reached between the Government of British Columbia and the UNBCFA that there will not be a picket within 10 feet of the back entrance to the building on 5th Avenue. To ensure the continued delivery of public services, BC Public Service employees and the public working in or visiting the building should use the back entrance. If you have questions, please contact your supervisor.

October 30, 2019: Metro Vancouver Transit Strike Notice

The union representing Metro Vancouver bus drivers along with SeaBus and maintenance workers started strike action on Friday, November 1, 2019. This may impact lower mainland employees who rely on these methods of transportation to travel to and from work. To ensure the continued delivery of public services, please make alternative transportation plans or discuss your options with your supervisor.

October 8, 2019: New Time & Leave Support Site

Check out the new Time and Leave Support by accessing: Employee Self Service > Time/leave Employee WorkCentre > External Links – ESS  > Time and Leave Support. You'll find the site has a new look and feel with all the same great information and helpful documents.
 
When the site is accessed through PeopleSoft, a login page will populate in a new internet window. Click on "Government of BC" to access the site.
 
If you have any questions, please use AskMyHR to submit an online service request.

July 5, 2019: New Social Media Guidelines

As employees, we're responsible to ensure our social media activities comply with the Oath of Employment, Standards of Conduct and other policies and regulations we follow as public service employees. This responsibility applies to both personal use of social media, and its use on behalf of Government.

Social Media Guidelines for BC Public Service Employees will help you make informed choices about personal online activity that won’t conflict with your commitments to the BC Public Service.

May 1, 2019: Nomination of Beneficiary Form No Longer Accepted by the Pension Corporation

Nomination of Beneficiary forms that you submit to the Pension Corporation after May 1 will be returned to you. Nominating a beneficiary in My Account is quicker, easier and more secure than through the paper form. Employees can nominate persons, trustees and organizations, and can update their beneficiary information anytime. Keeping their information accurate and up to date ensures their final wishes for their pension benefit will be followed.