Canada Employment and Immigration Union -
September 28, 2012

Email to affected C&B community

Firstly, for those of you who were on summer holidays, welcome back.

Since my last formal update in March, there has been a lot of movement and change both across the department and within our own community. While many of our colleagues have left and/or found new opportunities elsewhere, those of you who are still here continue to deliver outstanding client services as you consider your options. Your dedication, professionalism and commitment to service excellence throughout this difficult period has been truly exemplary. Before continuing with a transformation update, I would like to highlight and commend you on some of your key achievements over this past year:

Transformation Update

At the time of the C & B transformation announcement in October 2011, 177* impacted indeterminate C&B employees were identified.  To date, 90 employees have secured permanent positions:


 An additional 14 employees left or will be leaving through means of attrition. To date:

On April 12, 2012, 114 Relocation of Work Unit letters were issued to impacted C&B employees. Of this group, 42 employees have secured alternative placements and 1 employee has retired (these numbers are included in the above stats).  For the remaining 71 employees who have received a Relocation of Work Unit letter, we are continuing to work collaboratively with each of you to secure continuous employment, and a number of promising possibilities are being explored. Your level of loyalty towards your clients and our team has never wavered, nor will mine towards you.


Cathy McLaughlin
Directrice / Director
Centre d’expertise de la rémunération et des avantages sociaux  / Ressources humaines et Développement des compétences Canada

Compensation and Benefits Center of Expertise/ Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
140 Promenade du Portage
Gatineau, Québec K1A 0J9
Phase IV – 6D319

Tel. (819) 997-7443
Cell: (613) 818-0420
Fax: (819) 953-1346

*This number includes two employees who were initially identified as impacted but who were subsequently deemed not impacted.

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