Julie Levasseur

The directors of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) are pleased to announce the appointment of Julie Levasseur as Communications Coordinator. CIRM’s increasing public activities called for the hiring of a coordinator who could prioritize and develop communications strategies that would best serve the centre and its members.

Classified as: Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM), Announcement, communications
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Published on: 8 Mar 2022

McGill University has agreed on all aspects of new collective agreements with three bargaining units represented by SEU: Trades (Downtown Campus); Powerhouse (Downtown Campus); Trades & Powerhouse (Macdonald Campus). The Union will soon invite its membership to general assemblies to vote on the proposed new collective agreements. The parties have agreed not to communicate the contents of the agreements until the votes has taken place.

This message has been issued jointly by SEU Local 800 (FTQ) and McGill University.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, SEU
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Published on: 1 Mar 2022

The AMUSE Union for casual employees held its General Assembly online on January 25, 2022 to present the tentative agreement to its members. We are pleased to announce that members voted in favor of the proposed new collective agreement. The current agreement expired on May 31, 2020. The new agreement will come into effect upon signature by the parties and will expire on May 31, 2025.

The parties will finalize and sign the text of the new agreement, and in the coming weeks, the detailed terms will be shared with the community.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE Casuals
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Published on: 4 Feb 2022

Agreement in principle – AMUSE/PSAC non-academic casual employees

We are pleased to announce that following a year and half of collective agreement negotiations between the parties, McGill and AMUSE (AMUSE/PSAC) reached an agreement in principle on December 16, 2021.

The parties’ negotiation committees have agreed to recommend the contents of the agreement to their respective constituents and to keep the details of the agreement confidential until the Union has had an opportunity to share them with its members.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE
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Published on: 21 Dec 2021

Since June 30, 2021, the parties have met 4 times to discuss their respective monetary proposals. Discussions are progressing, and the parties have discussed monetary items such as:

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE
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Published on: 30 Sep 2021

Since June 8, 2021, the parties have met 5 times in the presence of the Conciliator appointed by the Ministry of Labour.

The parties have engaged in exploratory and detailed discussions regarding the inclusion of Student Housing and Hospitality’s principles and values in the collective agreement, the guest sign-in policy for staff, and the number of guests permitted in an employee’s room.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE
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Published on: 30 Sep 2021

Since June 8, 2021, the parties have met 5 times in the presence of the Conciliator appointed by the Ministry of Labour.

The parties have engaged in exploratory and detailed discussions regarding the inclusion of Student Housing and Hospitality’s principles and values in the collective agreement, the guest sign-in policy for staff, and the number of guests permitted in an employee’s room.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates; AMUSE Floor Fellows
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Published on: 30 Sep 2021

Negotiations between MUNACA and McGill began in the fall of 2020 and the parties have met regularly since then. Parties have been able to discuss and come to agreement on almost all the non-monetary elements within the collective agreement, including: Definitions, Discrimination and Harassment, Grievance and Disagreement Procedure, Disciplinary Measures, Probationary Period, Unpaid Leave of Absence, Labour Relations Committee, Rest Periods, Overtime, and Technological Change.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, munaca
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Published on: 28 Sep 2021

Negotiations between MUNACA and McGill began in the fall of 2020 and the parties have met regularly since then. Parties have been able to discuss and come to agreement on almost all the non-monetary elements within the collective agreement, including: Definitions, Discrimination and Harassment, Grievance and Disagreement Procedure, Disciplinary Measures, Probationary Period, Unpaid Leave of Absence, Labour Relations Committee, Rest Periods, Overtime, and Technological Change.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates; MUNACA
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Published on: 24 Sep 2021

On September 22, 2020, the parties met to exchange non-monetary proposals for the renewal of the collective agreement for non-academic casuals. The collective agreement expired on May 31, 2020. Since then, the Parties have met 17 times for half-day virtual sessions. Several non-monetary items have been agreed upon between the parties, including:

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE
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Published on: 30 Jun 2021

On September 29, 2020, the parties met to exchange non-monetary proposals for the renewal of the collective agreement for Floor Fellows. The collective agreement expired on July 3, 2020. Since then, the Parties have met 19 times for half-day virtual sessions. Several non-monetary items have been agreed upon between the parties, including:

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE
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Published on: 30 Jun 2021

Dear McGill faculty and staff:

As we prepare to move to a post-pandemic normal, we are all beginning to reflect on and learn from our unique experiences over the past 15 months. I am delighted to announce that McGill is adopting an Interim Flexible Work Arrangement, which will increase the option to work from home for eligible administrative and support staff, with the approval of their supervisor.

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Published on: 18 Jun 2021

Since the last update on July 7th, SEU Union representatives for Trades and Powerhouse / Macdonald and Downtown campuses and University representatives met 20 times.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, SEU negotiations
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Published on: 29 Mar 2021

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal (CIRM) is seeking applications to fill six part-time positions as part of its general activities or its Data for Society Hub. Attached to the McGill Faculty of Arts, CIRM brings together researchers from the humanities, social sciences, pure, and applied sciences as well as law and technology whose fields of interest or expertise are related to urban life and Montréal.

Classified as: emplois, assistants de recherche, communication, technologie
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Published on: 4 Mar 2021

For the 13th consecutive year, McGill University is celebrated as a Montreal's Top Employers (2021). Read the McGill Reporter article to learn more.

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Published on: 15 Feb 2021

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