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Jul 25, 2024 | CUPE Local 905, Newmarket, Ontario | English
What does a CUPE steward do? If you are a new steward and want to learn how to help CUPE members solve workplace problems, this introductory workshop is for you!

In this workshop, you will learn:
• investigating workplace problems;
• filing a grievance;
• meeting with management;
• dealing with workplace complaints.

NOTE: Please bring a copy of your collective agreement to the workshop.
Aug 8, 2024 | Ontario Regional Office, Markham, Ontario | English
This workshop will interest you if your Local is thinking about a joint job evaluation program for pay equity purposes, or if you have new joint pay equity committee members. It covers topics such as collection of job information, rating jobs, weights, banding, selection of male comparators, job-to-job and proportional value comparisons and achieving/ maintaining pay equity. The workshop will utilize the CUPE Gender Neutral Generic Tool to rate a job by looking at the different sub-factors for purposes of Job Evaluations. We will also discuss Job Analysis Questionnaires and roles of the raters.
Aug 16, 2024 | CUPE Peel Area Office, Mississauga, Ontario | English
This workshop will interest you if your Local is thinking about a joint job evaluation program for pay equity purposes, or if you have new joint pay equity committee members. It covers topics such as collection of job information, rating jobs, weights, banding, selection of male comparators, job-to-job and proportional value comparisons and achieving/ maintaining pay equity. The workshop will utilize the CUPE Gender Neutral Generic Tool to rate a job by looking at the different sub-factors for purposes of Job Evaluations. We will also discuss Job Analysis Questionnaires and roles of the raters.
August 19 - 20, 2024 | Brock University International Centre (GLB), St. Catharines, Ontario | English
This workshop is about following rules of order when chairing union meetings. Learn about the role of the chair and the different elements (motions, amendments, points of order, etc.). Get a chance to put the learning into practice.

NOTE: Please bring a copy of your local bylaws to the workshop.

Aug 22, 2024 | CUPE Local 905, Newmarket, Ontario | English
Why do I have to take notes? What kind of notes should I take? Are my notes private? Learn answers to important questions like these, and practice notetaking.
Sep 11, 2024 | CUPE Local 1974, Kingston, Ontario | English
Share tips and successful practices with other stewards, and learn strategies for handling difficult grievances.

NOTE: Please bring your collective agreement and Steward Handbook to the workshop.
Sep 27, 2024 | Ontario Regional Office, Markham, Ontario | English
This workshop will interest you if your Local is thinking about a joint job evaluation program for pay equity purposes, or if you have new joint pay equity committee members. It covers topics such as collection of job information, rating jobs, weights, banding, selection of male comparators, job-to-job and proportional value comparisons and achieving/ maintaining pay equity. The workshop will utilize the CUPE Gender Neutral Generic Tool to rate a job by looking at the different sub-factors for purposes of Job Evaluations. We will also discuss Job Analysis Questionnaires and roles of the raters.
October 3 - 4, 2024 | Zoom Call, Online, Ontario | English | $75
One in three Canadians will experience a mental health problem at some point in their life. The earlier a problem is detected and treated, the better the outcome. Mental Health First Aid Canada gives people the skills to provide that early help that is so important in recovery.. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Just as physical first aid is administered to an injured person before medical treatment can be obtained, MHFA is given until appropriate treatment is found or until the crisis is resolved., , The MHFA Canada program aims to improve mental health literacy, and provide the skills and knowledge to help people better manage potential or developing mental health problems in themselves, a family member, a friend or a colleague, The program does not teach people how to be therapists. It does teach people how to: recognize the signs and symptoms of mental health problems and provide initial help.

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