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Ryerson Cupe 1 Collective Agreement

The University and CUPE Local 3904, Unit One have reached an interim agreement for a new collective agreement. The provisional agreement is conditional on the ratification of the members of the Union and the University`s Board of Governors. The union will hold a ratification vote in the week of February 26. Ratification by the university`s Board of Governors will follow shortly thereafter. Disclaimer: Online versions of these collective agreements are intended for the convenient reference of union group members, leaders and other interested parties. When a conflict is found between these versions and official documents, the conditions of official documents are given priority. Ryerson University is committed to a collective renewal agreement with CUPE Local 3904, Unit 1, which represents approximately 970 part-time and meeting teachers. Members of CUPE Local 3904, Unit One and the Board of Governors Negotiation Committee of the University have both ratified the interim agreement for a new collective agreement of the parties. The new agreement expires retroactively to August 16, 2017 and expires for a four-year term, which expires On August 15, 2021. Both sides welcome a negotiated solution. Details of the count will be announced shortly.

Ryerson has a strong history of collaborative collective bargaining and positive working relationships. We are committed problem solvers who successfully negotiate collective agreements with all campus unions, which involve incremental changes that meet the needs of all parties. Look for updates on the negotiations and read the supporting documents provided so that you can understand your collective agreement. After 22 days of collective bargaining since May 26, 2017, the parties have made considerable progress, but a number of issues remain unresolved. The union has requested conciliation and the Ministry of Labour has appointed a conciliation mediator who will meet soon with the parties. Ryerson University entered into a new collective agreement with CUPE Local 233 in October 2018. The new collective agreement is now online: May 30 is extended to June 15, 2020. Posts may only be delayed due to unusual academic planning circumstances or budgetary uncertainties of the university and/or ministry/school. If the deadline for the 15 June deployment cannot be met, the delay is notified to the EU. Such communication should be sent to Dr. Kelly Train, Chief steward, CUPE 3904 Unit 1, in ktrain@ryerson.ca. Requests for an extension of the written assessment within two weeks of the class visit may be forwarded to vpfa@ryerson.ca.

Update: In class CUPE Chairs/Directors and Program Directors Virtual Course Assessments are advised not to access FCS results for in-person or virtual courses for speakers who have chosen not to use them as official results in a given semester. google formFCS – choice of official submission form results, external link must be submitted to decide on the use of official results. If no evaluation is made, the CLAC Chair must write a letter of google documents, an external link indicating the evaluation and the reason for the evaluation. In the absence of evaluation in these circumstances, the contractor`s teaching is considered satisfactory. The letter must be copied to the chair/director of the school, the member`s service file, the dean and the Union. Work available for the CUPE 1 unit must be completed by May 30. The FCS process for CUPE 3904 unites 1 and 2 members who teach online courses continues online.