OPSEU regularly receives requests for copies of their central contract from members covered by provincial collective agreements. The following six links provide easy access and allow you to download a copy of your collective agreement in Adobe format. If you have any questions about the collective agreement and are a faculty member at Fanshawe College, please contact us. Sets standards of behavior that support Seneca`s mission and help staff identify real and/or perceived conflict of interest situations so they can take the lead in revealing, managing, and resolving those situations. The problem has become complicated by the need for many colleges to regularly enter into additional contracts with part-time, part-load or sessional teachers to perform functions other than classroom teaching, such as curriculum development, academic coordination, in-class technical assistance or administrative activities. The union argued that the hours worked that perform these additional academic activities should be included in determining the number of hours worked by a contract teacher. For example, a part-time teacher who teaches six hours with additional coordination functions, or curriculum development work would move from part-time to underload status and be excluded from the bargaining unit, or a part-load teacher who would teach 12 hours with additional coordination functions, or school development work would be upgraded to meeting status and added to the bargaining unit. The OLRB relied heavily on a 2015 arbitration decision by Louisa Davie of the Cambrian College, which found that student integration issues were separate and separate from staff integration issues. The OLRB concluded that the Union`s accusations against the university focused almost exclusively on the proximity or kinship of the college and Alpha and on the integration of the students. For example, the Union relied on the fact that admissions and tuition fees were provided by the university, that the programme was provided by the university, that the college could issue diplomas, that alpha students could participate in the convening of the university and that the university monitored the results of education. The OLRB found that none of those allegations related to the college`s alleged control over alpha staff and therefore provisionally found that the European Union could not succeed in its action. .

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