Windsor University Collective Agreement

MPs voted in favour of the 93% agreement, said WUFA President Jeff Noonan, who called the agreement a “resounding success.” Mr. Noonan said the agreement was good for both the university and the members of the ERS. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers` Federation of Ontario Teacher Bargaining Unit (OSSTF TBU) and GECDSB concluded an interim collective agreement on October 22 that was approved by both parties on Friday. “This is the first time since 2004 that we have had a collective agreement without a strike vote or strike and before classes began,” he added. According to a press release from the school committee, representatives of the various groups “will continue to work together to implement the new agreement. (f) In case of transport, the normal content of the member is increased in accordance with Table A.2 point f). A.1 a) The parties expect that members appointed to the ranks of the teacher, assistant professor, associate professor, librarian I, librarian II, Librarian III, AAS I, AAS II and AAS III will take advantage of their appointment to begin and advance their professional careers, and that these ranks are not considered members of the bargaining unit. The initial treatment of members named in these series for the duration of this agreement is negotiated in the areas listed in Table A.1. . (g) On July 1, 2017, the nominal salary of each full-time faculty, professional librarian, sub-university and meeting professor will be increased by a basic adjustment instead of the Windsor Salary Standard for 2017/2018 by one billion of two hundred and fifty dollars ($1,250). OSSTF TBU on the local board represents approximately 850 secondary teachers.

Full professors, associate professors, librarian IV, librarian III, AAS IV and AAS III, who earn 1.75 times the minimum wage for their respective grades, will receive 50% of the PTR supplements. If you earn 2.00 times the minimum wage for your respective grade, you receive 0% of the PTR supplements. A.4 On 1 July of each academic year, after the implementation of possible salary adjustments in accordance with Article C (anomaly), A.2 g) or Article P (Windsor Salary Standard), the order of calculation of general salary increases is: if these increases are applicable, as follows: A.2 (a) for the purposes of this article, the regular salary of each faculty, a professional librarian and an auxiliary professional for 2017/2018 2018/2019; 2019/2020 and 2020/2021, years of study are confirmed in accordance with Article 1 as the member, rank and salary for the 2017/2018, 2018/2019, 2019/2020 and 2020/2021, salary set in writing. . A.1 Minimum dollar salary amounts for faculty, professional librarians and auxiliary higher education are shown in Table A.1. The salaries of teachers, professional librarians and academic assistants below the new minim` will be adapted to the new minimums. A.3 The nominal salary of each faculty and professional librarian on sabbatical is increased in accordance with clauses A.2 c) and A.2 (d), depending on the applicable nature. Table A.2.d: Scale and PTR and Single Lump Sum Payments (c) The normal salary of each full-time faculty, a professional librarian, a university assistant and a meeting teacher is increased by the Windsor salary standard, in accordance with Article P.