Constitution, Bylaws & Policies
|Last Revised or Verified
|The overall objectives of our union – everything from how dues are allocated to election rules to the duties of union officers.
|The nuts-and-bolts for the government of our members and the regulation of MoveUP affairs.
|Members’ Bill of Rights
|Outlining the rights and responsibilities of MoveUP members.
|Bullying & Harassment Policy
|MoveUP believes in promoting an environment that is free of bullying and harassment and seeks to create an atmosphere free from all forms of discrimination at MoveUP events and functions.
|Seniority Reinstatement Policy
|MoveUP’s definition of seniority based on continuous employment, and exceptions.
|Seniority – Mergers Policy
|MoveUP’s policy on how seniority will be recognized, and names integrated into existing certifications at MoveUP.
|MoveUP’s policy of collection and use of personal information authorized under the Personal Information Protection Act.
|Member and Employee Claims Policy
|MoveUP’s policy for member reimbursement for expenses incurred while on authorized union business.
|Climate Action for the Energy Sector Policy
|MoveUP’s policy addressing actors in the energy sector, including BC Hydro, the FortisBC gas and electric utilities, and their regulator.
|Membership Protection Reserve Policy
|MoveUP’s policy for its Membership Protection Fund (Reserve), which enables our union to respond to threats to our members’ jobs.
|Communicable Disease Plan
|MoveUP’s safety protocols established due to the COVID-19 pandemic as required by provincial health guidelines.
|Endorsement of Candidates for Public Office Policy
|The criteria for how MoveUP endorses and/or supports candidates for nomination within political parties or associations.
|Outlining MoveUP’s socially responsible investment strategy.
|Member Education Policy
|Outlining MoveUP’s approach to providing quality education for members, stewards, and officers.
|Member-to-Member Conflicts Policy
|MoveUP’s approach to handling conflicts that occur between members while at work in their workplace.
|MoveUP values the many publicly owned and operated services provided to the residents of British Columbia. This policy sets out MoveUP’s position on the privatization of these services and programs.
MoveUP members can find a full list of all policies by logging on to the Member Portal.