Hello Matthew, UVICFA is in solidarity with MAFA. We will send you $1000.00 to support your fight for a fair trial and a fair collective agreement. Good luck, Esme Friesen General Manager and Communications Officer University of Victoria Faculty Association The attached pages provide detailed information on key agreements and policies. If you have any questions about the interpretation or application of anything here, please do not hesitate to contact us. Press release on immediate release February 14, 2020 Mount Allison Faculty ratifies Mount Allison Faculty`s new collective agreements and librarians voted 91% in favor of new part-time and full-time collective agreements in a february 10-12 vote. The new collective agreements are retroactive for three years to July 1, 2019. The ratification vote was followed by one. Read more » Information sessions · Vancouver: Tuesday, June 1, from 3 to 4 p.m.; Port Centre 2200 · Surrey Thursday 3 June, 12:00 – 13:00; Galleria 4010 · Burnaby: Tuesday, June 8, 12:00 – 13:00; QA 3153 Fund The provincial government has established a 0-0 mandate through the CIMP for the 2010-2012. This meant that there could be no net increase in wages and social benefits for 2010-2012.
The SFUFA has already ratified the extension of its agreement until 2012. Other public sector unions have also concluded their negotiations under the same mandate. The BC Government Employees Union and BC Hospital Employees Union have signed the two two-year contracts that do not include a general wage increase. At SFU, CUPE and TSSU have not yet reached an agreement, nor have our parallel federations in other institutions. However, APSA and SFUFA are not in a position to negotiate a contractual language (Guidelines AD-10) in wage and benefit negotiations, while these other organizations do. APSA works on policy issues that do not affect salary and benefit costs, through a joint committee with the administration, the Joint Committee on University Affairs (JUAC). Either party may at any time raise issues that will be discussed within the JUAC. The APSA Members` Survey on Wages and Benefits showed that the majority of members are generally relatively satisfied with our compensation package.
While, of course, most want salary increases and have many specific wishes when it comes to increasing/changing benefits, the executive believes that the government`s mandate does not offer room for significant improvements at this stage. That is why we have decided that it would be unproductive to enter into negotiations. In this context, APSA is always free to discuss with the administration the changes made to our services, provided that the net cost of these changes is zero. The survey showed great interest in exploring a flexible package of benefits and the administration expressed its willingness to cooperate with APSA to explore options. Following extensive discussions on APSA`s options for a new agreement for 2010-2012, the Executive recommends that the current agreement be extended for a further two years (2010-2012). The extension of the current agreement means that there will be no change to the salary or benefit scale for members over the next two years. Phased increases will continue as before each year (July 1, 2010 and July 1, 2011). This agreement is subject to approval by the PSEC Secretariat, the Employee Relations Committee of the Board of Governors and ratification by APSA members. Ratification Vote Start of voting: Friday 4 June at 9:00 Closures: Friday 18 June at 12:00 May 2020 With immediate effect, MAFA`s new full-time and part-time collective agreements are public and fully in force. They will run until June 30, 2022. . .