Please warmly welcome these new APSA members who have joined us in the past month. Hines, Sommer Program Manager, Graduate Programs New to SFU Beedie Graduate Programs Beedie School of Business   Jin, Lina Undergraduate Advisor Additional Job
Negotiations Compensation Negotiations Payouts: Your retro GWI pay have been paid out on December 29. Please contact your department's HR Business Partner if you have any questions. Basic Agreement Bargaining: APSA and SFU will begin renegotiating the Basic Agreement on January 15-19. 
"Your energy is currency. Spend it well." — Adrienne Bosh Often, APSA members — dedicated to their work with faculty and students — try to continue providing the same level of service with less staff to do the job. Great supervisors will work with their reports to devise creative solutions during these difficult times, but APSA members have felt ground down and burnt out since the pandemic, and this has only continued with the announcement of a hiring freeze.
It's January and the start of a new year! Here's a quick list of benefits that reset each calendar year. 1. Vacation time AD 10.8 You now have access to your yearly vacation allotment. Here's a table below for reference. Number of Calendar Years of Employment Length of Vacation Entitlement
Hello APSA Members, I want to thank you all for attending the AGM on November 28th. As I said then, it has been a difficult year on campus, and unfortunately, with the Budget announcements, it looks to be another challenging year ahead. Please remember that APSA members are extremely important. Your work supports our students, the faculty, and each other, and I appreciate the integrity and commitment evident in APSA members' work!
Please warmly welcome these new APSA members who have joined us in the past month. Adetiba, Olubanjo Lead Systems Administrator New to SFU Servers and Storage IT Services   Boe, Amanda Michelle Coordinator, Executive Education Temporary Promotion Beedie Executive Education Programs Beedie School of Business   Bridgman, Alyssa Katherine Executive Assistant Promotion VP Academic Office
Are you feeling more tired than usual? Have you lost all motivation to complete work duties or chores at home? Are things grating on your nerves that usually would not stress you out? You might be facing burnout. What is burnout, other than a buzzword? We've all faced times when work has been stressful, and we feel that stress and even use it to motivate us to complete projects and other deliverables. Burnout happens when you've been stressed too often and can manifest as physical, mental or emotional symptoms.