Sait Faculty Collective Agreement
Professional development (Collective Agreement: Article 22): 2-year cycle April 1, 2018 – March 31, 2020. Apply at any time. Corinne Galway – Cory Galway is the lead fooder for alberta health services. Since 1995, she has been negotiating on behalf of a large number of employers in the health sector and is responsible for collective bargaining, complaints and counselling, dispute resolution, project management and worker benefits. Cory has a Commerce Degree from the University of Alberta and a mediation certification from the Alberta Arbitration and Mediation Society. Previously, Cory was a board member and volunteer with the Strathcona County Mediation Society. Cal Ploof – Cal Member is currently Director of Organization and Recruitment for the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada, Local Union 488. Mr. Ploof has worked in Organized Work for 34 years and has experience in collective bargaining, complaints, complaints of unfair labour practices, the duty of fair representation and numerous certifications and retractions. Claim (Article 32.2): A worker wishing to make a complaint in Stage 1 of the appeal procedure informs his appointed superior in writing, no later than thirty working days after the day: a) who has informed orally or in writing the appeal or fact that led to the complaint; or b) which he was first aware of the act or circumstances that led to the claim. Leave (collective agreement: section 39.1.3): in effect until March 31; OC contribution calendar until April 15. ACIFA advises and assists in the negotiation and implementation of member associations` collective agreements by assisting in the preparation of collective bargaining.
On request, ACIFA negotiates around the table for a member association, advises in negotiations, presents itself as a candidate or present in the arbitration of interest and claims procedures. AciFA also assists and advises member associations in the handling of cases of maladministration. The OC Faculty Association represents more than 300 members of the Faculty of Okanagan College. It is used to maintain and promote the professional status of the association`s members, to regulate the relationship between the faculty and the OC through collective bargaining and union function under the laws of British Columbia. Extended Study Leave (Article 24): A worker requests extended study leave from the Extended Study Leave Committee until October 1 of the calendar year in which extended study leave begins.