Legal Brief Supports Faculty Proposals

Throughout this round of bargaining, the College Employer Council (CEC) has repeatedly refused to negotiate significant issues regarding workload, staffing, or fairness for partial-load faculty.  They have justified their obstinacy by claiming that changes to these areas would violate Bill 124, which limits compensation increases to individual employees in the public sector. At no time … Continue reading Legal Brief Supports Faculty Proposals

The CEC offer debunked/What happens after we vote to REJECT

The Employer's Offer Videos Provincewide Town Hall Work-to-Rule Update Dear Faculty Members, As you likely know, the College Employer Council has called for a forced offer vote on their most recent offer.  The vote will be conducted by the Ontario Labour Relations Board, from 9:00 A.M on Tuesday, February 15th until 3:00 P.M. on Thursday, … Continue reading The CEC offer debunked/What happens after we vote to REJECT

More Questions (and Hopefully a Few More Answers)

There have been several questions come up this week around what is 'struck work' and what is not. To help summarize we have created the following two infographics: what-is-struck-work-version-2Download what-work-can-i-doDownload Two other pieces that have also come up in several schools are questions around coordinator work and orientation. Coordinators Baseline Duties is assigned work that … Continue reading More Questions (and Hopefully a Few More Answers)