Apart from the agreement reached in 2016, non-regular faculties wish to review this document produced in 2012: A brief guide to your rights under the collective agreement of non-regulars. This regularization agreement is short, but may be confusing to understand it. If you are never sure you are eligible for regularization or execution, please contact your steward or steward. For all those interested in more details: the spring 2016 agreement confirmed that the restriction of the basic section does not apply to: This collection is a great source for students, graduates or anyone who is currently looking for a job. For more information on the collective attendance of collective agreements: in fact, higher education boards are generally required by law to involve the relevant stakeholders (academic staff, administrators, students and members of the public) in their decision-making process. Watch the video! youtu.be/gvZcFB0RxAE this memorandum (linked above) contains all the amendments to the previous agreement. Highlights can be made in the latest 2015 trading bulletin. The new wage scales, which include a 5.5% increase by the end of 2018/2019, are on page 5 of the memorandum. Talk to Chief Michael Begg if you have any concrete questions about the collective or collective agreement. The collective agreement is specific to the University of Capilano and the CFA. This is the agreement that the CFA negotiates on behalf of all Capilano`s teaching faculties. This is the first place you should look for if you have any questions. But you should also feel free to chat with your territory manager with questions or write to the steward leader and chief assistant.
Here is the current version of the collective agreement: FPSE employees and representatives of the local people successfully defend the integrity of collective agreements. Local stewards handle most complaints in the initial phase. Where complaints cannot be resolved at the outset, FPSE staff representatives work with Aboriginal people until arbitration if necessary. The FPSE regularly provides training on aboriginal labour relations, and the Contract Management Review Committee (CARC) regularly brings together chief stewards to coordinate and learn how to best protect the rights of collective agreements. In the spring of 2016, the Joint Committee on Regulation agreed on a question of interpretation of the existing rules of the agreement. The question dealt with two rules: one to trigger the regularization of non-regulators and the other for the „increase“ of normal part-time faculty to a greater number of regular sections. The agreement removed a barrier to the restriction of the basic section that prevented regularization or reloading if the total number of regular sections of the department was thus greater than the „base number“. The number of basic sections is a number of sections that the administration cannot remove from a department without consulting the department.