Collective Agreements Ubc

Employees who work on the Point Grey campus as artisans, catering and hospitality services, technicians/research assistants, as well as in a large number of positions covered by Schedule A of the CUPE 116 agreement. CUPE 116 also represents Aquatic Centre staff under a separate collective agreement. The terms and conditions of sale of faculty members, librarians and program directors in the field of extended learning are governed by the UBC Guidelines and, where applicable, by the collective agreement between UBC and the Faculty Association. To check for past updates to collective bargaining, see Collective Bargaining News An overview of the collective agreement between the UBC Faculty Association and UBC as well as links to articles contained in this collective agreement. CUPE 116 | Collective Agreement Aquatic Centre Contact International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 115 4333 Ledger Avenue Burnaby, BC V5G 3T3 Tel: 604 291 8831 Free: 1 888 486 3115 Fax: 604 473 employees on the UBC campus in the Okanagan, who work as teachers, technicians/research assistants, administrative assistance, librarian and other fields. Collective agreement (pdf) See also: Salary scales | BCGEU | WEBSITE Sun Life Brochure (pdf) | Advantages | Master Plug Advanced Health Care Staff who perform agricultural tasks at the Dairy Education Research Centre in Agassiz. Office, secretariat, clinician and librarian working at the Vancouver sites. Once we have obtained a copy of the compiled agreement from UBC, we will provide a PDF and update the searchable version of the collective agreement. The university will inform members of the implementation schedule for retroactive GWI increases The UBC United Way 2020 campaign is underway. UBC United Way Campaign is an annual employment campaign and a great opportunity for students, teachers and staff across UBC to connect and raise money for a good cause.

. There are a number of activities, including thrives, weekly meditations, and wellness workshops. Sign up today! If you have any questions about the changes to the collective agreement, please contact the APSA office. . The following message was sent on November 17 by Kent Matthewson, Business Analyst, Payroll, IRP, to employee managers every hour. You can also view a recording of one of our information sessions on the new collective agreement. Please send the link to the AAPS office by e-mail. This message was sent to hr on behalf of Samantha McLaughlin, IRP, HCM`s Director of Transformation, on November 10, 2020. Contact Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 2950 6253 NW Marine Drive Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1 Tel: 604 822 1494 Fax: 604 822 1481E-Mail Faculty of Teaching, Science and Research. . .