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Overtime converted to time off for SEU trades

Bargaining with SEU trades resumed on January 23, 2014. The university presented its proposal relating to hours of work covering each of the 4 trades bargaining units.  After discussions, the parties ratified these articles and it was agreed that the university would modify the letter of agreement to be presented for ratification at the meeting of January 31. 

Published: 4Feb2014

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ID CARDS – New schedule

Please be advised that as of February 3, 2014, the schedule for Faculty and Staff ID card production will be Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 to 4:30. We will no longer produce ID cards on Friday mornings.

Published: 3Feb2014

ID Cards - New Schedule

Please be advised that as of February 3, 2014, the schedule for Faculty and Staff ID card production will be Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 to 4:30. We will no longer produce ID cards on Friday mornings. 

Published: 3Feb2014

ID Cards - New Schedule

Please be advised that as of February 3, 2014, the schedule for Faculty and Staff ID card production will be Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 to 4:30. We will no longer produce ID cards on Friday mornings. 

Published: 3Feb2014

ID Cards - New Schedule

Please be advised that as of February 3, 2014, the schedule for Faculty and Staff ID card production will be Monday and Wednesday from 8:30 to 4:30. We will no longer produce ID cards on Friday mornings.

 

Published: 3Feb2014

Return to the bargaining table with SEU (facilities)

On January 15, 2014, the university met with SEU for a full day bargaining session. The parties discussed at length what should be included in each of the collective agreements with regard to work uniforms and safety shoes. An agreement in principle was reached on the text to be included in two of the three collective agreements. The union presented its proposal for printing services which is being considered by the university. It will respond to the union’s proposal at the next meeting.

Published: 30Jan2014

Update on session in conciliation with McGill course lecturers

The university met with McGill course lecturers and instructors on December 18, 2013. This was the third session in the presence of the government-appointed conciliator. These discussions were conducted on an exploratory basis, in view of finding solutions to the elements considered to be most important and of the highest priority. These include:  a hiring priority points system, the selection process, the number of courses allocated to lecturers, and a reserved clause (reserved courses to be allocated to graduate students). 

Published: 20Dec2013

University and SEU (trades) ratify articles on working hours

When the parties met on December 12, 2013 – and considering the union’s demands and objectives concerning client services – the university presented its proposal on working hours in Athletics. The union questioned several aspects of the proposal and suggested changes that were included in the contents of the modified clause. 

Published: 17Dec2013

Last bargaining session of 2013 with SEU (facilities)

The parties met on December 11, 2013, the last bargaining session of 2013. The union commented on the university’s proposal on week-end operations in food and dining services. The union was not in favor of proceeding with the proposed changes and suggested to put this subject aside and possibly discuss this when the parties address monetary issues. The union presented its proposal relating to uniforms and safety shoes for the 3 bargaining units.

Published: 17Dec2013

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