Are you looking for your collective agreement or the last minutes of the meeting? Browse the list of downloadable documents. Seeking to justify the derogation of her proposal from the contractually agreed range in the conciliation agreement, she argues [University of Calgary Administration]: University of Calgary support staff have ratified a new three-year collective agreement, but the Canadian Taxpayers Federation says the agreement sets a worrying precedent for public sector negotiations. The first point was related to the «provincial mandate.» In awarding the award, Arbitrator Andy Simms expressly rejected the University of Calgary Administration`s position that a «provincial mandate» can be used to repeal the provisions of a collective agreement or that it should play a role in arbitration decisions. In his analysis of the administration`s argument, he writes: Contract of renewal: effective April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2020. Signing June 12, 2019. The deadline for applications is December 8, 2020 at 16:00. Apply here: www.aupe.org/…/financial…/bursaries-and-scholarships AUPE awards two members per month with the Spotlight Award until the 2021 convention. To name your employees, go to aupe.org/YACspotlight www.aupe.org/news-and-publications/memoriam The university was asked whether the legislation, arbitration delayed and brought the PBCO and ministerial directives into public sector negotiations, provided that any power to allow an arbitrator to reopen under that salary, to ignore the parameters set by the parties. It was not in a position to draw attention to such authority. I have reviewed this legislation and I cannot find a legal basis on which I can change the contractual mandate that the parties have given me in their agreement….
globalnews.ca/…/alberta-workers-compensation-board…/ calgaryherald.com/…/icu-admissions-near-100-as-albe… An increase is also supported on the basis of forecasts of changes in the cost of living…. Academic staff perform a range of important teaching and research tasks. Academics do not benefit much from the growth of the economy compared to workers in other sectors. For this reason, it is not inappropriate to see their salaries increase for this year in order to compensate them at least for their declining purchasing power. But what they don`t understand is why people can still go to bars, casinos and bingo halls. In addition, many Alberta parents still receive calls to volunteer at casinos and bingo halls, including donations for school and sports activities that have been cancelled. «Other icus have either been marginalized or are drowning completely,» Fung said. «And just because we find ways to load beds and physical equipment into other rooms doesn`t mean we`re more likely to take care of you.» AUPE`s Young Activist Committee announces our first Winners of the Spotlight on Young Activists Award! Our first winner is Laura Sadler, who works at Rockyview General Hospital.