Aupe Collective Agreement Uofc

The academic component of the university`s budget is such that it can easily be seen as a reduction target. However, academic salaries, whether in arbitration or a free collective bargaining system, still have market factors and comparisons that, at least in part, fuel expectations. Are you looking for your collective agreement or the last minutes of the meeting? Browse the list of downloadable documents. In an effort to justify the deviation of its proposal from the contractual area of the conciliation agreement, it [the University of Calgary Administration] argues that the university has been questioned as to whether the legislation that delayed arbitration and put the PBCO and ministerial directives into play in public sector negotiations provided every power to allow an arbitrator to benefit from this re-opening of salaries. to ignore the parameters set by the parties. It was not in a position to draw attention to such authority. I have reviewed this legislation and I cannot find a legal basis on which I can change the contractual mandate that the parties have given me in their agreement…. rejected the employer`s request for withdrawal and referred to the absence of examples of such an outcome in free collective bargaining. He accepted Adjudicator Peltz`s comments: the first point is related to the «provincial mandate.» In awarding the award, Arbitrator Andy Simms expressly rejected the University of Calgary Administration`s position that a «provincial mandate» can be used to repeal the provisions of a collective agreement or that it should play a role in arbitration decisions. In his analysis of the administration`s argument, he writes: Contract of renewal: effective April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2020. Signing June 12, 2019.

The University of Calgary Faculty Association (TUCFA) has just received a 1.7% salary increase from the Board (ATB) in an arbitration decision, retroactive to July 1, 2019. The decision contained a number of observations and conclusions relevant to the situation of Von Lethbridge University and its faculty when we begin negotiations under the current provincial government. This process (and others) has been delayed to allow for the processing of the MacKinnon report.