Advocacy & Problem Resolution

Advocacy Work

No work place is without its problems and at times people just don’t see eye-to-eye.

APSA's Advocacy Committee offers members assistance and advice and provides representation in dealings with Human Resources, throughout the grievance procedure and when disciplinary measures are invoked or threatened.

If you feel a University policy has been breached or unfairly applied bring this to the attention of the appropriate person in your department/unit (Manager, Director, Dean). If the problem remains unresolved, contact Anne Mason, Association Director.



New WorkSafeBC Harassment And Bullying Policies

  • As of Nov. 1, 2013, new legislation came into effect that allows workers to claim a mental disorder resulted from harassment and bullying in the workforce.
  • Addressing Bullying & Harassment (animated video), Worker-to-worker and Employer-to-worker.