Uvic Faculty Association Collective Agreement

682 (93.2%) of the 732 members who participated in the vote to ratify our second collective agreement voted YES on July 17, 2019. The sustainable services bargaining mandate supports the government`s commitment to improve the services people rely on, make life more affordable, and invest in sustainable economic growth. The mandate is in line with B.C.`s commitment to balanced budgets and sound financial management. Currently, just over 222,000 public sector employees are covered by interim agreements or ratified under the mandate. The collective agreement and any letters of agreement constitute the employment contract between the university and the members of the bargaining unit represented by the association of faculties. The bargaining unit includes all regular members of the faculty of teaching and research; temporary members of the faculty with appointments of more than one year; and professional librarians, both regular and temporary. The Faculty Association is a union certified under the BC Labour Relations Code. As reported on July 22, the University of Victoria and the University of Victoria Faculty Association recently negotiated a collective agreement for the period from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022. The agreement, fully negotiated under the BC government`s sustainable services bargaining mandate, has in the meantime been ratified by both sides and approved by the Public Sector Employers` Council. Read more: Update on the implementation of the collective agreement For historical references, click below, to access previous agreements: 2015-2019 Collective agreement Approximately 850 full-time faculty members and librarians, including assistant professors, assistant professors, professors, librarians, archivists, assistant professors, teaching professors, teaching professors, temporary faculties (for more than one year), artists in residence and teachers have entered into collective bargaining with the University of Victoria through the e Faculty Association. The Board of Governors of the University of Victoria (UVic) and the University of Victoria Faculty Association have ratified an agreement as part of the government`s sustainable services bargaining mandate.

CUPE 4163 is known as the University of Victoria Educational Employment Union. The room consists of three “components”, each with its own tariff language. The PEA was certified in September 1995 to represent non-academic professionals at the University of Victoria. The University of Victoria and the University of Victoria Faculty Association recently negotiated a collective agreement for the period from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022. For more information on contract changes and transition, see the following links. The Labour and Labour Relations team works closely with all managers and human resources advisors on all matters relating to the interpretation and application of collective agreements. The University of Victoria Faculty Association (UVic FA) represents approximately 850 faculties and librarians at the University of Victoria, including professors; assistant professors; extraordinary teachers; extraordinary teaching teachers; assistant professors; Librarian; archivists; Temporary faculty; artists in Residence; and teachers. . . .