Ubc Faculty Association Collective Agreement
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Collective Agreement (pdf)See also: | Wage Tables | website BCGEU Sun Life Booklet (pdf) | Main | Page Benefits Increased Health Benefits The collective agreement between UBC and the UBC Faculty Association has been ratified by the UBC Board of Governors and the UBC Faculty. CUPE 116 collective agreement | Aquatic Centre Collective Convention UBC is organized in a number of staff groups and faculty with specific conditions and conditions to the job for each group. The Faculty Association celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2020. It is not surprising that the issues we are currently facing are not foreign to our predecessors – academic freedom, justice, wages and equity, among many others. We have tried to condense the century of the association`s service to the faculty into a brief presentation that gives an overview of our history. Although it contains only a fraction of the material in our archives, we hope it will be used to represent years of hard work and commitment from members. View the presentation. The Faculty Association of the University of British Columbia was established in 1920 to facilitate members` social and employment relations with the university. The Faculty Association is now a registered, not-for-profit corporation established under the Societies Act in British Columbia. Since 2000, we have also been a voluntary union and the sole bargaining partner for our more than 3,200 members under the protection and rules of the B.C. Labor Relations Code. We therefore have a responsibility to represent all of our members in matters arising from the collective agreement and the collective relationship with the university, including the issues that constitute most of the conditions of the working relationship between a member and the university in general. As an exclusive bargaining partner for our members, we have the corresponding legal obligation under the Labour Code to fairly represent our members in all employment matters.
Whatever your request, the faculty association will do its best to help you. The faculty association also represents the interests of the faculty at UBC beyond the issues of the collective agreement. Section 16 of our collective agreement states that “nothing in the collective agreement should be construed as limiting the role of the faculties` association in representing the interests of its members at the university. The university recognizes that this role has traditionally gone beyond the issues to which the collective agreement refers and continues to develop. The terms and conditions of faculty members, librarians and directors of extended learning programs are governed by UBC guidelines and, where appropriate, by the collective agreement between UBC and the Faculty Association. The employees of Point Grey Campus as trades, food and hospitality services, technicians and research assistants, as well as in various positions covered by schedule A. CUPE 116`s CUPE 116 agreement, also represents aquatic Centre staff under a separate collective agreement. The UBC Faculty Association is committed to promoting the interests of UBC and UBC, the principles of academic freedom and freedom of discrimination and harassment are well advanced. UBCFA is the bargaining partner for all faculty members working at the University of British Columbia and governs relations between faculty members and the university through collective bargaining.