Academic Affairs Professionals' Network

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Academic Affairs Professionals’ Network, a series of outreach meetings for McGill’s Academic Affairs Professionals hosted by the Academic Personnel Office.

This series will create a welcoming and consistent opportunity for Academic Affairs Professionals to receive information, ask questions, and navigate pain points. The Network will benefit from the input of guest speakers across campus who work in both administrative and academic units.

Meetings will take place on the last Tuesday of each month (see below table for Winter Term 2022 dates).


Time & Location Topics
24 February 2022 10:00am -11:30am Departmental Selection Committees & Employment Equity
Sabbatic Wash-up
Academic Salary Policy
29 March 2022 10:00am -11:30am Immigration 
Academic Casuals & One-Time Payments
26 April 2022 10:00am - 11:30am

Offer Letters 


Ranked CAS Education Information 

2 June  2022 10:00am - 11:30am 
Sabbatics (Update & Feedback)
Education in WD

News from APO 2019-2020

14 Sep 2020

As part of the transition to Workday, updated application forms for Leaves of Absence as well as Sabbatic Leaves are now available on the APO Website. Eligible Academic Staff will apply via Workday and attach the relevant application forms.

29 Jul 2020

As part of the implementation of Workday, a new case management system for HR Shared Services Unit, Center of Expertise and Academic Personnel Office is going live today.

17 Jul 2020

As part of the implementation of Workday, all the new appointments/reappointments for Academic staff will be processed in Workday.

3 Jun 2020

There are currently three Orders in Council that concern the travels of our temporary foreign workers (TFW). They apply to all workers: TT Professors, Visiting Academics, Contract Academic Staff and Postdocs.

20 May 2020

On May 12, 2020, the Government of Canada announced a new, temporary public po

15 May 2020

We write to inform you of important updates announced by the Federal Government regarding the role of employers in supporting the quarantine of newly hired foreign workers entering Canada from international locations.


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