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Click here to access the faculty`s website and generate this editable email. Or cut and paste the following text and send an email to,, (902) 585-1422 Acadia Wolfville University, NS B4P 2R6 You can help us by taking action: by clicking on the button below, you generate an editable email to the President of Acadia, its Vice-President, the academics and the Chair of the Board of Governors of Acadia. to tell them to go back to the table and negotiate a fair and equitable agreement. Thank you for your support! Details of the agreement will be available when the signed agreement is posted on the Acadia website and is expected to be posted in the coming weeks. If you have questions about your rights at work, the best person to talk to is your steward or local leader. You will know the specific details of your agreement. DIE AUFA has successfully negotiated 15 collective agreements since its creation as a trade union in 1976. On this page you can download the current agreement as well as the current memoranda of understanding, forms and other protocols with the administration and the Board of Governors. «I would like to congratulate the members of the negotiating teams representing both parties and thank them for their commitment to Acadia,» said President John Rogers. «At Acadia, we are fortunate to have faculty and staff who understand the uniqueness of our teaching and learning model and the reality of the challenges facing post-secondary institutions today. This four-year agreement clearly puts the interests of our students first and creates an environment that allows us to support our exceptional faculty.

Well done! I ask you to ask your team to agree to an agreement that: 1. Reinstate an appropriate supplement for full-time faculty that protects the academic integrity of the university 2. Continue to support pay equity principles through active pay equity provisions.3 Bring Acadia faculty to regional averages for salaries 4. Prepare a feasibility study and commit to raising funds for a daycare on Campus 5. Parity for faculty in terms of sabbatical structure and grid The end result of the collective sacrifices of faculty members is that the university is now on a «solid financial footing,» to quote the new president of Acadia, Dr. Peter Ricketts. It is therefore time for the Board of Trustees to recognize the sacrifices made by the Acadia Faculty to preserve the university`s reputation for quality education and research while restoring its financial integrity. It can do this by negotiating a fair collective agreement that respects the essential academic contributions of its faculty and earns its reputation as a good place to work. The faculty of Acadia has made enough sacrifices. There is still time for the board to avoid a strike and commit to a fair and equitable agreement, but the board team will have to negotiate if that is to happen. The faculty association is committed to a fair agreement that benefits Acadia and its students.

But we cannot negotiate with ourselves. I support the members of the Acadia University Faculty Association and ask you to come back to the table and negotiate a fair collective agreement that avoids a strike. If you would like a hard copy of your collective agreement, please speak to your steward. If you don`t know who your steward is or how to get to your home, contact your local CUPE office. Acadia University`s Board of Governors has voted to ratify a new collective agreement with the Acadia University Faculty Association (AUFA). The board received a notification from DER AUFA last week that the four-year agreement had been ratified by its members after negotiating teams reached a provisional agreement at the end of November last year. Acadia`s faculty made significant sacrifices to help the university recover from a major financial crisis. The faculty contributed to this recovery by agreeing to temporarily suspend the supplement to the permanency component and to assume much higher workloads due to its smaller number and Acadia`s growing dependence on precarious workers. They helped the university break free from an important retirement obligation by agreeing to move from a defined benefit plan to a targeted benefit plan. They helped by settling for wage increases below regional standards. «This new long-term collective agreement prepares us well to achieve our key priorities,» said Dr.

Peter Ricketts, President and Vice-Chancellor of Acadia. «Acadia`s place in Nova Scotia`s post-secondary sector and our importance to our region depends on the high-quality faculty we have here, the teaching and research work they do, and the environment they create that allows our students to succeed. I would like to join John in thanking both negotiating teams for their determination to reach an agreement that will keep Acadia on a sustainable path and create opportunities for our community to work together to strengthen Acadia`s reputation in Nova Scotia and beyond.» «All CUPE members work under the protection of a contract called a collective agreement. Your local negotiates the terms of the agreement. Elected local union leaders also work with the employer to resolve issues in the workplace. . Article 44 – Annex I A – Evolution of online prices (docx) 1. Phased retirement June 2018 (38.42) 2. Phased retirement June 2018 (38.41 (e)) 3. Phasing-out April 2018 4. Phased retirement March 2018 5.

Retirement Incentive March 2018. 14. Collective Agreement 13. Collective agreement 12. Collective agreement 11. Collective agreement 10. Collective agreement 9. Collective agreement 8. Collective agreement 7.

Collective agreement 6. Collective agreement 5. Collective agreement 4. Collective agreement 3. Collective agreement 2. Collective agreement 1. Subsequent meetings with the provincial consolidator did not result in any counter-proposals from the board of directors, forcing the teachers` association to declare a strike deadline of November 27. Article 12 – Annex III – Procedure of the Departmental Examination Committee (docx) Article 24 – Annex I – Sabbatical leave (pdf) © Copyright 2020 Association of Professors of Acadia University | All rights reserved| Privacy Policy.

Starting November 27, faculty at Acadia University will go on strike. You have very little time to avoid this result. It is important that the Board of Governors and the administration of Acadia take immediate steps to return to the negotiating table in order to reach a fair and equitable agreement with the Association des professeurs de l`Université Acadie. 1. By course announcement MUSI 1253 Winter 2020 August 4, 2020 2. By course selection for POLS3063 November 2019 3. Specific priority during March 2019 4. Equity Training July 2018. . Article 15 – Annex I – Report on career development (professors) (pdf).

. Council`s continued refusal to make meaningful counter-proposals to the faculty`s demands to add full-time positions, provide child care, improve pay equity, parity for instructors, and regional average salaries led to an impasse on the first day of arbitration. .

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