Academic Personnel Office
The Academic Personnel Office reports to the Provost, and works in tandem with the Deputy Provost, on all matters relating to recruiting, hiring, appointing, leaves and retirement of academic staff.
Address and phone of benefits office at McGill.
How McGill Works
Chart showing the administrative structure of McGill University
The Department of Human Resources is responsible for 1) the development and implementation of policies and procedures affecting the working conditions of non-academic staff; 2) the negotiation of collective agreements; 3) the benefits and pay and implementation of salary increases for all academic and non-academic staff at the University.
The objective of McGill's Social Equity and Diversity Education Office is to ensure a fair and inclusive environment that respects the dignity of each member of the McGill Community. The office organizes events and workshops. It also informs members of the McGill Community of available avenues and mechanisms to which they can direct their concerns.
The McGill Association of University Teachers (MAUT) is an organization of academic staff formed in 1951 to foster academic freedom, to involve the faculty in university activities and governance, and to improve the working conditions and salaries of teaching faculty and librarians. Experienced MAUT members also serve as academic advisors, as needed, when a colleague requires help in with university policies dealing with employment practices, codes of conduct, salary and benefits.
The McGill University Non-Academic Certified Association is a certified union representing staff in the administrative and support positions (Clerical, Technical, Library Assistants, Nurses, etc.).
Quebec Tax Holiday
Discussion of tax exemptions in Quebec for certain researchers: what it is, eligibility, how to apply, etc.
Spousal Hiring Policy
For the formal word on this, please see: http://www.mcgill.ca/hr/relocate. Also talk to the Chair of your Department, as different units have different approaches.