Cfa Collective Agreement

The collective agreement is specific to the University of Capilano and the CFA. This is the agreement that the CFA negotiates on behalf of all Capilano`s teaching faculties. This is the first place you should look for if you have any questions. But you should also feel free to chat with your territory manager with questions or write to the steward leader and chief assistant. Here is the current version of the collective agreement: the ratification of the CFA agreement also triggers the implementation of new memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreements with the California State University Employees Union (CSUEU) and California Business Professionals (APC). Following the new general meetings, the rate units of the CSUEU and the APC will benefit from a general salary increase of 3% on 1 July 2016 and an overall increase of 2% at 30 June 2017. Apart from the agreement reached in 2016, non-regular faculties wish to review this document produced in 2012: A brief guide to your rights under the collective agreement of non-regulars. As noted above, there is also a joint agreement negotiated by the FPSE on behalf of several colleges. The terms of this joint agreement also apply to the faculties of the University of Capilano, except to the extent that our collective agreement cancels or amends them (see letter of intent at page 156 of our agreement). Our collective agreement replaces most of the terms of the common agreement, with the exception of certain benefits for which we rely on common agreement. In most cases where the common contract is relevant to us, our collective agreement expressly contains terms of the common treaty, so you will probably not have to refer to the common agreement unless our agreement tells you. Here is the current version of the joint agreement: this committee continues discussions on issues such as the placement of scale and job description.

It has not yet agreed on changes to the collective agreement. The CFA agreement and the CSUEU agreement can be found on the CSU website. In addition to general salary and service increases, the agreement doubles the period of ban on health benefits for retirees recruited after July 1, 2017, from 5 to 10 years, from 5 to 10 years, and increases the minimum increase related to promotions in the Tenure Track. Under the new agreement, promotions would receive a salary increase of at least 9% over the agreement.