Welcome to Centennial College As a new contributor to Centennial College, you are also a new member of our Local 559. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about any aspect of your work here at the university. To become a member of the Public Utilities Union of Ontario (OPSEU), simply fill out this form […] The objectives and objectives of OPSEU Local 559, as defined in our Constitution, are as follows: to regulate labour relations between members and their employers and managers, labour relations include the scope of bargaining, collective bargaining, the application of collective agreements and health and safety standards, as well as the protection of human rights; To organize […] If you have any questions about the collective agreement and are a faculty member at Fanshawe College, please contact us. Here you will find a pdf version of your current collective agreement: Academic Collective Agreement 2017-2021. Printed copies of the 2017-2021 University Employee Collective Agreement have been distributed to all current full-time faculties. Fanshawe will provide a copy to the partial faculties at the beginning of his next contract. NUPGE: National Union of Public and General Employees The option of partial charges should pay particular attention to Article 26. We have also prepared a FAQ. Mapping our work: Toronto Labour History Tours Canadian Labour Film Festival (CLIFF) If you are a full-time or part-time faculty member at Fanshawe College, you are subject to the Academic Employees Collective Agreement (CA).
This is a legally binding contract: it defines the rights and obligations you have as a member of the bargaining unit, as well as the rights and obligations of your employer. The treaty is implemented through legally binding dispute resolution procedures, including claims arbitrations (Article 32) and working resolution (WRA). Full-time teachers can refer to our FAQ. The remuneration grid can be found in Article 14. Full-time professors will find the workload rules in Article 11. “Voices From the Classroom: The Ontario Colleges and the Question of Quality” by Jerry P. White, Centre for Research on Work and Society Research partially funded by OPSEU CO: Colleges Ontario The Voice of Ontario Colleges (formerly ACAATO). . . .