Technical Safety BC`s proposed 2019 operating budget forecasts a deficit of 373K. 2019 in budgeted revenues based on the actual financial performance of recent years (until the third quarter of 2018) and market conditions forecast for 2019. These include rate increases already announced and an increase in operating and installation volume from 3% to 3.5% over the forecast for the third quarter of 2018. On the operating and capital expenses side, we took into account the upcoming collective agreement as well as labour cost expenses and strategic expenses that are geared towards the completion of the business plan 2019-2021. Great colleagues and people who have security. Thank you for your comments, we are glad you feel able! BC technical security values that embrace new ideas, skills and tools to meet security challenges. With change comes the challenge and we will certainly continue to seek work-life balance… . Revenues and expenditures for the period 2020-2021 expect a moderate increase over the 2019 budget and a breakeven budget for each year. Thank you for your comments! Technical Safety BC`s IT systems and applications reflect a number of applications that support internal and external customers.
Our technology uses changes over time to support its evolving needs. In the future, we have set ourselves the goal of building capacity (human and systemic) for knowledge-based data and improving performance. The result will be the development of our technology platforms and resources that support employees. A lot of changes in recent years. All this for good reasons, which is rare in my experience, but it was a lot for line employees. Something you have to be aware of. Discover the latest letter on the status of #13 (PDF, 1.43MB) Challenges, in which you balance your work-life balance due to rapidly changing goals and projects. Changes contribute to individual responsibilities, without margin (everyone must be prepared to manage more with each change) People are engaged, focused and friendly. Management is a support and things like professional development learning are encouraged – A culture and great people to work! Support, friendly and willing to help each other – It`s nice to work for a small business where executives know your name and are open to discussion – offices across the province offer a huge space to promote cooperation and promote networking among themselves – lots of coaching and continuing education opportunities (workshops, seminars, etc.). Thank you for sharing your thoughts. We recognize that change can be complex, which is why we will continue to promote understanding, engagement and participation within the organization. ETO Changes – What you need to know: Information Video This compressed information video provides a brief overview of the steps needed to implement the new working language in the ETO component agreement.
This video is only used for training purposes. ETO Hours of Work Joint Training Video BCGEU and BCPSA jointly developed training on new hours of work in the ETO component agreement and then provided this training to ETO employees across the province. This video is a recording of the Kamloops workout.