We have heard your feedback on the increase in academic integrity violations and we want to gather more information. A survey was sent to your non-Fleming email address.

If you did not receive the email, please check your Junk file or email a steward and they can provide you with the link.

Also a reminder – if you haven’t already done so, please complete the CAAT-A Workplace Stress Survey.

The CAAT-Academic division is delighted to again partner with the Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW), who have begun conducting and compiling short, confidential Workplace Stress Surveys of college faculty systemwide.

By completing this survey, you will provide Locals and the CAAT-A Division with data to assess the psychosocial health factors that impact college faculty. It will support and inform the work that is being done by the Local Health & Safety Committee at your College, to ensure that our working environments promote health and well-being. It will also support the work of the next CAAT-A bargaining team.

This survey is confidential and will be collected by OHCOW, who is administering it. OPSEU will be provided with overall results, but not individual responses. It can be completed in approximately 10 minutes.

You can complete the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8YKMWM2

This survey is following up on a similar survey of faculty that was conducted systemwide in the Spring of 2021; you can see a sample of those results at: https://slcfaculty.ca/mental-health-survey-results-oct-2021/. This year’s follow-up will provide concrete data to give a snapshot of workplace stressors; it will also indicate changes in results over recent years.

By participating in this survey, you will help College faculty to advocate for healthier workplaces and working conditions at our individual colleges and throughout the college system.

Yours in Solidarity,

Your CAAT-A Divisional Executive

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