The University and MUNASA will form a joint Employee Relations Committee. The Committee will comprise a maximum of four (4) representatives of the University and four (4) representatives of MUNASA.
The Committee’s mandate is to discuss questions and problems concerning employer/employee relations, including the review of the placement transition process. Formal written disputes filed under the Dispute Resolution Policy shall not normally be discussed by the Committee.
This policy applies to all regular non-unionized non-academic staff, with the exception of University Executives (“E”).
The McGill Employee Assistance Program
McGill’s EAP is a free, strictly confidential, personal counseling and referral service for you and your immediate family members.
The service is strictly confidential according to law. No information may be given out about you without your knowledge and written permission. Anyone using the program is assured of the strictest privacy. Whatever you discuss with a counselor is kept absolutely confidential.
(Extracted from: Regulations, Policies and Guidelines: A Handbook for Academic Teaching Staff)
8.1 "Cause" shall include:
Calculation of service shall continue without interruption for employees covered by the certification dated November 24, 1994 (Clerical, Technical and Library Assistants) who have become or shall become non-unionized, non-academic staff.
Effective January 8, 1996
The immigration regulations concerning the employment of non-Canadians, in part, reads as follows:
All non-Canadians must either be permanent residents or possess an employment authorization before they start work. In most cases, employment authorization, and in all cases, permanent residence visas must be obtained before arriving in Canada.