Collective Bargaining News Archive

January 20, 2012

By Michael Conlon

As part of the consultation process for the upcoming round of collective bargaining, a series of roundtables were conducted at UBC’s Point Grey and Okanagan campuses and at VGH. The roundtables were well attended and provided the opportunity for a robust exchange of ideas among members.

Despite a wide variation of work locations and experiences, several core themes emerged from the dialogue: job security, compensation, professional development funding, and hours of work.



December 7, 2011

As the recognized bargaining agent for management and professional staff at UBC, one of AAPS core lines of service is negotiation. The collective agreement is the binding framework that structures the working relationship between UBC and AAPS members. The collective agreement covers virtually every aspect of the working relationship from salary, sick, leave and holidays to promotion, termination and the grievance process.



October 18, 2011

By Michael Conlon, Executive Director

As the recognized bargaining agent for management and professional staff at UBC, one of AAPS core lines of service is negotiation. The collective agreement is the binding framework that structures the working relationship between UBC and AAPS members. The collective agreement covers virtually every aspect of the working relationship from salary, sick, leave and holidays to promotion, termination and the grievance process.



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