The ELP Joint Committee was unable to agree on changes to the collective agreement. There have been a number of proposals from both parties, including changes to the composition of the review committee. For members, the most important proposal discussed by the Committee was to divide paid training leave into two categories: some based on “salary plus seniority” and others based solely on merit. It is the latter category that would be new. As part of the collective agreement, the ELP committee reviews all applications based on merit and seniority benefits (although all applications are subject to an initial merit review prior to the final salary and seniority review). One of the main tasks of our association is to collectively negotiate agreements that depreciate the working conditions, salaries and benefits of our members and to ensure the proper implementation of the provisions of these agreements by the employer. When the employer offers individual terms to the employee, the employer must negotiate in good faith and give the worker the time and opportunity to advise himself independently, such as when an employer offers an individual employment contract to a worker. 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. 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.
The rights and obligations of the faculty as a collaborator of the University of Capilano are mainly found in our collective agreement and related agreements (see link below). Some of our rights are set out in a document called the Joint Agreement (also below). The collective agreement has a relationship, but it actually comes as 4 hours for a full-time teacher (38-40 hours /wk). The last two private centres I was in were not approval parties, they gave us 2 hours a week outside the ground and 4 days of study per year. (Tony 2014-07-11) 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 other details: the spring 2016 agreement confirmed that the basic restriction does not apply to: the national negotiating team is inspired by the negotiating priorities of the association. The process of defining our negotiating priorities is dictated by the association`s manual. We organize regional fee workshops and seminars to look for members` concerns and ideas.
According to the association`s manual, all agreements at the provincial level must be ratified by the majority of our members. A person with a collective agreement may also agree with his employer additional terms and conditions. Additional conditions: In addition to the above requirements, the parties decide what is stipulated in the collective agreement (unless the employment agency is invited and agrees to define the terms of the agreement).