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Harassment is an unacceptable workplace practice and your union will support your efforts to deal with it. These pages aim at providing basic information about these practices and the options for recourse that are available to you. Links to sites with additional information are also offered.

If you believe you are being harassed, there are steps you should take immediately. First, record the behaviour of the harasser in a diary or journal, noting the dates, times and locations of incidents as well as any witnesses to the events. Solid evidence is required to support a harassment complaint, so build your file carefully. Second, resist all temptation to retaliate against the harasser; if you do, you may be seen as the perpetrator, not the harasser. Third, contact the union for help. Speak to a steward or local officer; if they need further assistance, they can consult with union staff representatives. >>

August 18, 2017

CEIU condemns the acts of racism and violence in the US and Canada

Along with the PSAC, CEIU condemns the acts of racism and violence in the US and Canada. We stand with the victims of violence, and express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Heather D. Heyer. We condemn the response of US President Donald Trump who failed to outright condemn these acts of ...
November 17, 2016

November 20 is Trans Day of Remembrance

On November 20, Trans Day of Remembrance, we commemorate the transgender people we have lost and honour those who continue to endure violence, hatred and discrimination in our communities and in our workplaces.
April 8, 2015

What is the Day of Pink?

April 8th, 2015 marks the International Day of Pink. It is a day where communities across the country, and across the world, can unite in celebrating diversity and raising awareness to stop homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of bullying.
March 18, 2014

PSAC/CEIU wins important case for worker with disabilities

PSAC’s Canada Employment and Immigration Union component recently won an important victory on behalf of a worker with disabilities who was laid off in 2012 under the government’s workforce adjustment program. To read the PSAC article, click here. Click here to read about this issue in the Ottawa Citizen.
January 7, 2014

CLC, Western University launch first ever nation-wide workplace survey

The Canadian Labour Congress, working in partnership with researchers at Western University, is launching a national survey on the impact of domestic violence on workers and workplaces, the first-ever survey of its kind in Canada.
December 4, 2013

Harper Government putting worker’s lives in danger!

The Conservative government wants to water down the Canadian Labour Code. Join the Canadian Labour Congress Campaign.
March 2, 2011

Prince George local holds anti-bullying awareness day

CEIU’s local in Prince George sent a strong anti-bullying message through a special awareness day at their office. Local management joined them in the effort to address the issue of bullying in the workplace, in the schools and in the broader community. 100% of staff participated in the activities and many sent their children to ...

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