April 3, 2018 
Anything can happen around here, but this is what we have scheduled for the week:
  • staff rep Steve Torgerson met with a GSU member on Tuesday
  • 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
  • Steve Torgerson has Local 13 (IATSE) bargaining meetings in Regina on Tuesday and Wednesday

  • Steve Torgerson has a Local 2 (Viterra Head Office) executive meeting on Wednesday

  • staff rep Donna Driediger will meet with a member on Wednesday.

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

Staff rep Dale Markling answered a member's questions about their merit increase.

Just want advice? GSU staff reps can help.

If you need advice or ideas about how to handle workplace situation, call your GSU staff rep. 

Contacting GSU does not mean you are obligated to file a grievance. We are here to assist you, but we won't contact your employer or act on your behalf without consultation, direction, and approval from you.

These services are provided to you as part of your union dues, and their is no additional charge for assisting you.

Contact information for GSU staff is available here .

Things are changing at GSU's Regina office

With recent staff retirements, a new hire, and directives from GSU's recent biennial convention, a spring cleaning shake-up has hit GSU's Regina office. If you haven't been through the 2334 McIntyre Street location recently you will notice big changes the next time you stop in. 

Effective May 1, the first floor will be entirely occupied by NORDAL LeBlanc Law Office. GSU staff and equipment will be located on the second and top floors.

Have you been to our Regina or Saskatoon offices?

Feel free to drop by, say hi, and have a look around if you are in the area.



SFL/CLC Spring School -
May 7 - 11, Elk Ridge Resort

Educated union members are better bargainers and better advocates for themselves and the members they work withThe upcoming SFL/CLC spring school teaches adults from all backgrounds the skills they can use to represent union members and defend their own rights.   

Check out the courses offered at this year's school and contact your GSU staff rep if you are interested in learning more or attending. 

Learn more:   SFL/CLC Spring School
May 7 - 11, 2018 ~   Elk Ridge Resort

11 signs you have too much stress

Everyone has daily stress and each one of us handle it differently. What may be too much for you may not even register on someone else's stress scale, and that's okay. Different events and lifestyles affect us in unique ways. 

Do you have diarrhea or are you constipated? Does the thought of eating turn your stomach? Or are you constantly ravenous? Any of these symptoms could mean you are suffering from stress.

Learn more here: 11 signs and symptoms of too much stress. If you find yourself checking off most of the items on the list, consider checking out these  16 simple ways to relieve stress.

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