Unbc Faculty Association Agreement

UNBC-FA is the sole bargaining partner for all UNBC FA members and negotiates the terms of their employment, as enshrined in the faculties association`s collective agreement. In addition, UNBC-FA provides advice and support to members throughout their employment, and assists them with mandates, promotion, evaluation and other processes. The association and its representatives play a crucial role in the field of collegial governance by advising all policies and procedures relating to the employment of our members in research and teaching. The administration and faculty of the University of British Columbia North have a name in mind when it comes to agreeing on an arbitrator to break the deadlock in the conclusion of a new contract. The Association of Faculties of the University of Mount St. Vincent and the University are scheduled to enter into law on January 2. If there is no agreement, full-time teachers, librarians and lab teachers say they will be on strike on January 7, the day students return for the winter semester. The University of Mont Saint-Vincent wishes to inform its students of the negotiations between the school and the faculty association. If there was no agreement, the union would be on strike on the right from January 7 – first-year students will return to class in 2019. The financial commitments taken into account in collective bargaining are long-term and go well beyond the duration of a collective agreement. The overall compensation package proposed by the university under the five-year contract adds $4.5 million to the compensation of FA members and provides a solid foundation on which to build.

In comparison, the Faculty Association`s compensation proposal, calculated over the same five-year period, was estimated by UNBC to be more than $20 million, including benefits. On behalf of the 600 members of the Thompson Rivers University Faculty Association, I would like to fully support your efforts to negotiate a first collective agreement that meets the needs of all your members. For a CBC, this would represent a cumulative increase in faculty salaries of 5.5%, after two years (2012-13 and 2013-14) where faculty salaries increased by 2.5% each year.

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