We’re glad you’re here. Every member of the Western Québec team has an important role in the quality education we provide together.
Here on this page, you will find important documents, forms as well as general information regarding your employment at Western Québec. Most of the content on here comes directly from the HR department and your unions. Should anything be updated, contact our Webmaster.
Not a Western Québec employee yet, but wish to be? Take a look at our Careers page.
- Where do I find my pay stubs? See Employees Services portal.
- What’s the best way of contacting the HR department? By emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 819 684-1313 ext. 520008.
- I need help. I want to talk to someone. See Employee Assistance Program.
- More resources coming soon.
Resources relevant to Teaching Staff
Union – You are represented by the WQTA:
|Western Quebec Teachers’ Association
183 chemin Freeman (unit 102), Gatineau, QC J8Z 2A7
P: 819-777-1475 / F: 819-777-0016
PIC – Your union’s Professional Improvement Committee allows you to apply for funding to participate in a course, workshop or other activity, which you feel will be a benefit to you in the performance of your duties at the Board. Please note that the union offices are now located in unit 102 of 183 chemin Freeman.
(Forms updated October 2020)
Collective Insurance – Contact Industrial Alliance (you are part of group 97000-886) at 1 877 422-6487 or visit IA’s website.
Resources relevant to Support Staff
PIC – Your union’s Professional Improvement Committee allows you to apply for funding to participate in a course, workshop or other activity, which you feel will be a benefit to you in the performance of your duties at the Board.
- PIC Application, Expense Form and Instructions (make sure to check the different tabs)
Collective Insurance – Contact Industrial Alliance (you are part of group 28812) at 1-833-730-1431 or visit IA’s website.
Resources relevant to Professionals
Union – You are represented by the Professionals of Western Québec, a member of SPPOQA, associated with the CSQ:
|Professionals of Western Québec
819-431-7755 / email@example.com
PIC – Your union’s Professional Improvement Committee allows you to apply for funding to participate in a course, workshop or other activity, which you feel will be a benefit to you in the performance of your duties at the Board. For more information, peruse the emails sent to you at the beginning of the school year, or email the person responsible.
Collective Insurance – Contact SSQ Financial Group (you are part of group J9999) at 1 888-651-8181 or visit SSQ’s website.
Resources relevant to Management
Collective Insurance – Contact SSQ Financial Group (you are part of group Y1870) at 1 800 400-0023 or visit SSQ’s website.
The Employee Assistance Program is a confidential, professional counselling program in collaboration with Groupe ProSanté Inc. (Morneau Shepell) for employees, commissioners and members of their immediate family.
Life does have its stressful moments. Even though most of us are able to deal with the problems that are causing us stress, sometimes the personal problems we have to face are a little more complicated. In some cases, these problems can compromise our ability to function properly at work or at home.
To deal with these types of situations, the Employee Assistance Program offers a free confidential and professional consultation service by licensed psychologists who have a great deal of clinical experience in solving personal problems.
Groupe ProSanté is responsible for providing the assessment and counselling services. This organization includes a team of professionals (psychologists, social workers, lawyers, accountants) selected for their experience in the art of helping individuals assess and resolve their personal problems.
- Personal problems
- Divorce, separation;
- Marital problems;
- Single-parent family;
- Difficulty with your children;
- Emotional problems;
- Depression or anxiety;
- Alcoholism, drug dependency;
- Drug addiction;
- Compulsive gambling;
- Death of a loved one;
- Legal, financial (counselling services by phone)
- Professional Problems
- Stress, fatigue;
- Communication problems;
- Problems with interpersonal relationships;
- Dissatisfaction with your professional life.
Procedure – Individuals who are eligible for the program can avail themselves of the services by contacting Groupe ProSanté directly. Simply call 1 888 687-9197 to speak with a representative. A counsellor will then contact you to set up an appointment as soon as possible. The services are strictly confidential. In an emergency, an immediate telephone counselling session can be arranged. You can at call any time and someone will be there to answer.
Eligibility – All employees of the Western Québec School Board who are members of the group insurance plan, commissioners and members of their immediate family (spouse or children) are eligible for a six one-hour psychological counselling sessions, and one hour of over the phone legal or financial counselling. The year resets in January if you wish to seek further counselling. Supply teachers and noon hour supervisors are not eligible for the program.
Cost – If you have group insurance coverage, part of the fees will be paid by your insurance plan and the other part by the Western Québec School Board. Groupe ProSanté will submit an invoice to you, representing the portion to be reimbursed by your Group Insurance Company, which you must forward without delay to your insurance company for reimbursement of the % covered under the group insurance plan. As soon as you receive the cheque from your insurer, send payment immediately to Groupe ProSanté. If you have no insurance coverage, fees shall be paid fully by the Western Québec School Board.
Confidentiality – Confidentiality is one of the main characteristics of this personal assistance service. No information is released without the written consent of the person who made the consultation. Confidentiality is further guaranteed by the fact that these services are provided by psychologists who are bound by a code of absolute professional secrecy under Canadian laws and the code of their respective professional orders. Any contact, information or conversations between the consultant and his or her client remain strictly confidential and without prejudice.