COVID-19 Update Related to Metro Vancouver Regional Employers Services


Regional Employers Services continues to provide all services to our Member Jurisdictions. This includes providing resources and advice relating to employment issues and practices surrounding COVID-19.

If you require additional information or would like to contact with a member of the team, please contact RES360@metrovancouver.org or call 604-451-6558.

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RES is an integrated, multidisciplinary team serving municipal employers and related clients throughout the region. RES offers complete or “360 degree” client support through integrated solutions that include information and advisory services, collective bargaining services, and compensation services.


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Post Pandemic Remote Workforceshttp://www.res360.ca/Lists/News/DispForm.aspx?ID=26Post Pandemic Remote Workforces<div class="ExternalClass44FEC3FCFFDE43429E6E0AB9451FC6DF"><p>​As businesses start to re-open, many are contemplating a longer term, post pandemic standard of allowing employees to work from home.  Google has raised the possibility of a permanent shift in workplace policy that would see remote work as the new norm.  Many others are following suit.   </p></div>http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/legislature.jpg, http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/legislature.jpghttp://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/V08-Post_Pandemic_Remote_Workforces_2020_06_29.pdf, http://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/V08-Post_Pandemic_Remote_Workforces_2020_06_29.pdf
Managing a Remote Workforcehttp://www.res360.ca/Lists/News/DispForm.aspx?ID=25Managing a Remote Workforce<div class="ExternalClass737E180485804E09B94FAFD7BC68A573"><p>​In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations have transitioned to remote workforces, leaving leaders to determine how to most effectively manage this unexpected remote workforce.  This publication identifies the common challenges associated with remote work and some simple yet effective ways to overcome them.  </p></div>http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/RightsAccomodation.jpg, http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/RightsAccomodation.jpghttp://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/V07-People_Polices%20_Practices-Managing_a_Remote_Workforce-2020_04_15.pdf, http://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/V07-People_Polices%20_Practices-Managing_a_Remote_Workforce-2020_04_15.pdf
Ontario Passed Legislation to Cap Public Sector Wage Increaseshttp://www.res360.ca/Lists/News/DispForm.aspx?ID=24Ontario Passed Legislation to Cap Public Sector Wage Increases<div class="ExternalClassEE0066CC2AC1458F8F74846D3E5A5AD3"><p>​Further to the June 6, 2019 Legislative Briefing regarding the Ontario Government's proposed legislation to cap public sector wage increases, Bill 124, <em>Protecting a Sustainable Public Sector for Future Generations Act, </em>has passed.  The legislation will cap public sector wage increases at an average of one percent annually for three years.</p></div>http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/LegalUpdate.jpg, http://www.res360.ca/StoriesImages/LegalUpdate.jpghttp://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/Vol20-Legislative_Briefing-Ontario_Passed_Legislation_to_Cap_Public_Sector_Wage_Increases-2019_11_08.pdf, http://www.res360.ca/publications/Publications/Vol20-Legislative_Briefing-Ontario_Passed_Legislation_to_Cap_Public_Sector_Wage_Increases-2019_11_08.pdf

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