Staff identification cards are required in order to access a number of University services such as the Libraries, equipment and video loans through the Instructional Communications Centre, Athletics facilities, and to enter buildings during off hours.
Staff identification cards are issued at the Department of Human Resources, 15th floor, suite 1520, 688 Sherbrooke St. West, Monday and Wednesday, from 8.30 am. to 4.30 pm., and Friday from 8.30 am. to noon. No appointments are necessary.
1.1 This policy applies to all regular, full-time Administrative and Support staff.
1.2 For the purpose of this policy, “full-time” shall refer to an employee working 2/3 or more of the normal working hours of his/her classification, as defined in the Hours of Work policy.
1.3 For the purpose of this policy, “regular staff” shall refer to a salaried full-time employee expected to be employed by the University for a period of not less than three (3) consecutive months.
1. The Committee comprises a maximum of four (4) representatives of the University and four (4) representatives of MUNASA.
2. The Committee’s mandate is to discuss questions and problems concerning employer/employee relations, including the review of formal written disputes filed under the Dispute Resolution Policy.
3. The Committee will meet six (6) times per year or as required, at the request of either party.
Effective October 1, 1998
Last revised on June 1, 2014
This policy applies to all regular non-unionized non-academic staff, with the exception of University Executives (“E”).
- Management (“M”) and non-unionized clerical (“C”) staff
The standard workweek for management and non-unionized clerical staff is 33.75 hours, Monday through Friday, and the standard workday is 6.75 hours. The daily schedule of hours is to be determined by the unit/department, and to include an unpaid lunch hour period of 1.25 hours each day.
1.1 This policy applies to all regular full-time and geographic full-time academic staff.
1.2 For the purpose of this policy, “full-time” shall be determined by the terms of employment as approved by the Board of Governors at the time of appointment.
1.3 For the purpose of this policy, “regular” shall refer to a salaried full-time employee expected to be employed by the university for a period of not less than three consecutive months.
1.1 This policy applies to all regular non-academic employees, with the exception of University Executives ("E").
2.1 An employee called to a meeting by the University for an administrative dismissal has the right to be accompanied by two non-academic staff members, or two representatives of the McGill University Non-Academic Staff Association (MUNASA).
2.2 Any administrative dismissal must be communicated to the employee in writing, indicating the reasons.
1.1 This policy applies to all regular academic and non-academic employees of the University.
This policy applies to all regular non-academic staff, hired without term. It does not apply to University Executives (“E”).
A deferred salary leave allows an employee to have their salary spread out over given period of time, in order to benefit from a deferred salary leave period. It includes, on the one hand, a contribution period by the employee and, on the other hand, a leave.2.1. Definitions
For the purposes of this policy, the following definitions apply:
The University offers a Dental Care Plan on a voluntary basis for full-time staff members and to part-time staff with an appointment at the University of at least nine months' duration, who are paid on a weekly or semi-monthly basis at an annualized rate of not less than $25,000 as part of the Optional Benefits Program for part-time staff.
Coverage is provided for an employee, the spouse and any children under the age of twenty-one (21), or twenty-six (26) if a full-time student.
1.1 This policy applies to all regular non-unionized non-academic staff, with the exception of University Executives ("E").
1.2 For the purposes of this policy, "regular" shall refer to an employee who has successfully completed the probationary period.