Canadian Military Colleges Faculty Association
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Faculty Attitudes towards Faculty Unions
Please see a recent study out of Brock University on faculty attitudes towards faculty unions.
The Canadian Human Rights Commission has created a website entitled “Accommodation Works!” to help employees with issues involving workplace accommodation, return to work or disabling health. Please go to http://www.chrc-ccdp.gc.ca/fitness2work/index.html for more information.
Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 4
Please see the CMCFA Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 4.
National Joint Council Bargaining Agent News Statement
Please see the National Joint Council Bargaining Agent News Statement.
Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 3
Please see the CMCFA Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 3.
Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 2
Please see the CMCFA Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 2.
CMCFA Tuition Scholarship Award
We are pleased to announce that the recipients of the CMCFA Tuition Scholarship Award are:
- Alannah Bloch, and
- Shona Phillips.
Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 1
Please see the CMCFA Bargaining Bulletin: Issue 1.
Employer’s bargaining proposals on sick leave and short term disability
Please see the employer’s bargaining proposals on sick leave and short term disability document.
Senate debates regarding the Principal search process
Members are invited to read the senate debate.
CAUT and CMCFA express concerns regarding Principal search process
CAUT and CMCFA have written to the Minister expressing concerns regarding the process to select a new Principal.
Minister’s response to CAUT Commission
Defence Minister Peter MacKay has responded to the CAUT report.
Report of the CAUT Commission on Governance of the Royal Military College of Canada
Members are encouraged to read the Report of the Commission on Governance of the Royal Military College of Canada. This document is available in English only.
Revised CAUT Guidelines for the Use of Copyrighted Material
In April 2011, CAUT released a document entitled Guidelines for the Use of Copyrighted Material. Since that time the Parliament of Canada has amended the Copyright Act, adding important new rights for the education community. Additionally, in December 2012 the Supreme Court of Canada handed down a series of copyright decisions –decisions that again powerfully benefit our sector.
To reflect these developments, CAUT has substantially revised the original document. Please see these revised guidelines which explain the copying rights enjoyed by academic staff and provide direction on their lawful exercise.
CAUT Policy Statements
Distribution of double and triple increments
Please see this memorandum from the Principal.
Payment in lieu of severance pay
Please see this notice to civilian employees.
Salary administration plan posted
The new salary administration plan has been posted to the Compensation and benefits page.
New collective agreement
The UT Collective Agreement (2010-2014) and an updated Grievance Form have been posted on the Compensation and benefits page.