Apr 10 2021

Kpu Faculty Collective Agreement

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It is for this balance that Bob Davis, president of the Kwantlen Faculty Association (KFA), is constantly fighting. The KFA is the bargaining unit for all members of the faculty faculty of the Faculty of KPU, which represent about 1,000 people. The Toronto Star reported that 53 per cent of contract faculties want tenure or full-time tenure, but Davis reiterates that budgetary constraints are affecting the ability of universities to authorize these promotions. This issue is also addressed through other FPSE initiatives, such as the B.B.C budget submission and the member survey. Students, teachers and advocates of post-secondary education can show their support by signing a promise on the group`s website that promotes fair treatment of contract scientists. Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum last night signed a proclamation that declared October 7-11 Fair Employment Week and supports subcontracting faculties that receive the same salary for the same work! “16 years of previous government and budget reserves in collective bargaining – even the reluctance to negotiate – have made it very difficult to track the cost of living,” says Davis. “It was a fight.” The FPSE`s “Precarious Profs” campaign highlights the impact of unreliable scientific jobs on people who live and work in B.C. The campaign highlights the talent and commitment of the Faculty of Contract Sciences, whether teachers, teachers or collaborators. FPSE employees and local elected officials successfully defend the integrity of collective agreements. Local stewards handle most complaints in the initial phase. Where complaints cannot be resolved at the outset, FPSE staff representatives work with Aboriginal people until arbitration if necessary. The FPSE regularly provides training on aboriginal labour relations, and the Contract Management Review Committee (CARC) regularly brings together chief stewards to coordinate and learn how to best protect the rights of collective agreements.

Nevertheless, Bose`s experience as a session teacher has been largely positive due to the support practices of UBC`s English department. Nevertheless, contract faculties are “always vulnerable.” Kwantlen Polytechnic University is less dependent on session professors than most other universities in the lower continent.


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