Uvic Collective Agreements

As has already been reported, the University and the Professional Association (PEA) have successfully negotiated a new collective agreement for the period from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022. The agreement, which was fully negotiated as part of the BC government`s negotiating mandate on sustainable services, was ratified by both parties and approved by the Public Sector Management Council. The University of Victoria and the University of Victoria Faculty Association recently negotiated a collective agreement for the period July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022. For more information on contract changes and transitions, please see the following links. The collective agreement, which is now available on the staff website, contains a number of updates and changes as a result of the negotiation process. In some cases, the amendments led to approved operating savings and these savings were then diverted to support other changes to the agreement. Staff from the Department of Sports, Restoration, Soil maintenance and domestic workers, security guards and craftsmen are represented by CUPE 917 in collective bargaining with UVic. Information on collective bargaining with each of these residents is published on the websites listed above. CUPE Locals 917 and 951 have entered into preliminary agreements with the University of Victoria to conclude collective bargaining for higher education professionals. Administrative and scientific employees are represented by the Professional Employees Association (PEA) in collective bargaining with UVic. CUPE 4163 is known as the Education Employees Union of the University of Victoria. The room consists of three “components,” each with its own tariff language.

Teaching assistants, laboratory assistants, French and English teachers and community leaders are among the staff members of CUPE 4163 (1 -2) in collective bargaining with UVic. The labour/labour relations team works closely with all human resources executives and advisors on all issues related to the interpretation and application of collective agreements. The new collective agreement is now available as a reference on the staff website. Sessional instructors, continuing instructors and music performance instructors are employees represented by CUPE 4163 (Component 3) in collective bargaining with UVic. Other tariff adjustments: collective bargaining takes place every two years with the university`s six unionized worker groups. Since April 2020, the University of Victoria has completed negotiations with the six of its members after negotiations that began in 2019. This website is a source of accurate information about the collective bargaining process and aims to inform you of the status of collective bargaining at UVic. The agreements between the University of Victoria and CUPE 951 and CUPE 917 were ratified on 7 April. Previously, agreements were concluded and ratified with Local CUPE 4163 (components 1, 2 and 3), the AEP and the Faculty Association.

In total, all of UVic`s 6,468 unionized workers are now covered by interim or ratified collective agreements negotiated under the province`s mandate. Regular faculties, temporary faculty appointments and librarians are represented by the faculties` association in collective bargaining with UVic. Collective bargaining under the 2019-2022 Sustainable Services Bargaining Mandate is complete at UVic and is underway across BC`s public sector. Nearly 290,000 of the 330,000 unionized public sector employees in BC are covered by interim agreements or ratified negotiated under this mandate. The standard configuration of a UVic Curriculum Vitae is available as an editable Word document and printable PDF files have also been negotiated on advanced health plans and dental plans.

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