July 3, 2018 
Upcoming events


The Tuesday Members' Memo is emailed to GSU members weekly on Tuesday. If you know a co-worker who doesn't receive the TMM and would like to, have them call GSU toll-free at 1.866.522.6686 or send an email to gsu.regina@sasktel.net 


Upcoming events


SFL Summer Camp

August 25 - 31, 2018, Camp Easter Seal, Manitou Lake, SK.

Learn more about camp here


OH&S Conference

September 12-14, 2018, Delta Hotel, Regina, SK.

Learn more about the conference here


SFL Convention

October 24-27, 2018, Regina, SK.

Learn more about convention here 

If you are interested in attending any of these events contact your staff representative for more information.  



GSU's calendar of events is regularly updated and available on GSU's web page:  gsu.ca  

GSU Riders
Winners of the  July 5 tickets

So the game on June 30, 2018 didn't quite go as well as it could have gone, but the Riders have a chance to turn it around this Thursday against the Hamilton Tiger Cats. Even though the outcome was not what Rider Nation wanted I hope Tina Cojocar and Gordon Knelson enjoyed it.

And the lucky winners who won tickets for the game this Thursday evening are Tasha Seitz and Gordon Knelson again. 

We hope you both enjoy the game and check back as the next ticket draw will be in the July 17 TMM.  


Staff Rep Steve Torgerson is assisting a member with their WCB claim.

A member was having difficulty with their Workers Compensation Board claim and they asked Torgerson for some assistance. 

Working together they have initiated an appeal to the decision and the member is currently gathering additional medical evidence to be submitted to support the appeal.  It is always a good practice to appeal a sick leave or WCB claim. Sometimes with more detailed medical information your claim may be supported and you will continue to access the benefits you are entitled to.

If you have any questions about a WCB claim or have concerns  don't hesitate to talk to your Local elected officers or your GSU staff representative. 

Contact information for GSU staff is available here.


4 Reasons Lying on Your Resume Is a Bad Idea

What should you do when you find a job announcement that looks almost perfect for you? Almost. You have all the required skills except one. Should you move on or should you apply anyway? If you do decide to go for it, should you ignore the fact that you are missing that skill? Should you lie and say you have it? Choose one of the first two options because lying on your resume is never a good idea. Here are four reasons you should never lie, exaggerate or say anything that isn't true on your resume.

Want to read the entire click here:  4 Reasons Lying on Your Resume Is a Bad Idea

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