University Of Saskatchewan Collective Agreement Faculty

A normal meeting for teachers, trainers and laboratory trainers More than 1,100 university of Saskatchewan science staff have joined the Public Service Alliance of Canada and will now benefit from improved working conditions and free collective bargaining. Academic staff who wish to make an unfavourable decision on the renewal of their appointment or mandate must lodge an appeal with the Faculty Association. Michelle Desveaux, a teaching assistant and union organizer for the first time, immediately understood the need for a union on campus. After working as a teaching assistant in a unionized environment, she noticed that U of S university workers did not know where to go with their problems, received lower salaries and did not receive the right training. Time to apply for sabbatical leave for the following academic year Please note that documents published online are not legally binding. Except for the errors made during the commission and the omission. CGIs, University staff members who are not checking deadline for Dean or equivalent to allow academic staff to make a sabbatical decision time to file the names of three lecturers for university staff, updating to U of R Academic Bargaining “Add One/Drop One” (205 KB) The reorganized bargaining unit will join 22,000 PSAC members in 51 other bargaining units in 24 Canadian universities. For Marianne Hladun, Regional Executive Vice-President of the PSAC Prairie region, the success of this new unit is proof that unions are stronger than ever, despite relentless attacks from the federal government. The University of Regina Faculty Association became a certified union in May 1977, when the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board appointed it a bargaining partner for the University of Regina`s academic staff. About 450 members were represented at the time. The University of Regina Faculty Association Academic Collective Agreement applies to academic staff or members who are teachers, librarians, laboratory professors, professors and conference directors. We currently represent approximately 1020 members of this bargaining unit. The bargaining unit was certified by the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board on April 23, 2015 and includes all students employed at the U of S, including teaching assistants, fellows, student assistants and scientific assistants.

Academic workers voted 96% to join the PSAC. Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences (416 KB) If you wish to appeal a negative orientation decision (without a warrant or extension of appointments), you must report it to the faculty association before that date. Faculty – Faculty and Lecturer (2017) (395 KB) deadline for dean or equivalent, so as not to be usually verified as academic staff will not be checked April 1, 2019: Tentative Agreement Presentation (232 KB) deadline for university staff members should not be subject to a performance review to request a performance evaluation. October 16, 2019: Add One/Drop One The complaint moves to arbitration proceedings (208 KB) Summary of Section 17 and Schedule D of the Collective Agreement. June 4, 2019: Collective Agreement 2017-2021 Information Sheet, U of R Academic Term, Tenured and Tenure-Track Staff (441 KB) Deadline for notification to Tenure Track employees if their appointment has been renewed or if a mandate was granted on June 24, 2019: URFA files complaint about the implementation of Add One/Drop One (210 KB) Registration deadline for the promotion of one, said Desveaux, that students overwhelmingly supported the union and expressed many concerns, including unpaid overtime, low or stagnant wages, campus discrimination, fear of impact and lack of training 26 March 2019: University of Regina Academic Bargaining – AttemptEd Agreement Reached (217 KB) , increased performance and/or promotions.

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