Collective Agreement Course Lecturer Mcgill

Please apply for DISE courses in the attached form of the collective agreement Congratulations on the adoption of your second collective agreement. Thank you to everyone who attended the Special Assembly on November 20th. 3 – Text of the email – Please list the courses you ask for in the text of the email in order of preference. This ensures that administrative errors are reduced, and when the appendix form … has not been accidentally installed or not passed, administrators will be able to contact the applicant to request the form and continue the recruitment process while waiting. The Union and McGill have agreed on the principle of our second collective agreement. The agreement must meet certain procedural requirements, but we will soon announce the next steps that will lead to its presentation before being a member of an online general meeting. We will provide further updates as they become available. Due to the multitude of applications we receive for course positions, unfortunately we cannot respond individually to each candidate. Only those who are considered for positions will be contacted. Thank you for your interest and understanding.

For news of our events, updates on the global movement and the university faculty community and academic issues at McGill and elsewhere, such as our Facebook page. Apply: Please submit your applicationFile Listation to employdise.education [at] mcgill.ca. The next step will be to meet with McGill and sign the collective agreement before it is tabled with the Ministry of Labour. The implementation of this agreement and the resulting changes will begin after this submission. On 9 November 2010, at our last general meeting, the negotiating committee presented an agreement in principle which was then adopted 100% by the members of the Assembly. At a general meeting on May 15, McGill University auditors approved an agreement in principle recently reached before an arbitrator appointed by the Ministry of Labour. The agreement, which concludes more than two years of negotiations, is the first collective agreement for these workers. The negotiation process, which began in 2007, has never been easy. After years of discussions with the employer, the presence of a Ministry of Labour conciliator and the exemplary mobilization and solidarity of the members, the union was proud to conclude the negotiations. The agreement in principle submitted to the general meeting was found to be satisfactory for the union, the content of which corresponded exactly to the agreement reached with the employer at the end of October 2010. The Union and McGill have reached an agreement in principle for our second collective agreement. The convention must go through a few procedural steps, but we are announcing the next step in its presentation to our members at an online General Assembly.

We will provide more information as soon as it becomes available. June has been teaching at Concordia since 1988 in the ministries of finance and economy, where she has been responsible for recruitment since 1998 and 2007 respectively. Over the years, she has worked on other committees on curriculum, curriculum, student retention, and teaching and learning issues. Previously, she was a financial economist and then a senior economist in investment banking, which gave her an applied knowledge of finance and accounting.