Collective Agreement Pea Uvic

Some changes to health and extended dental plans have also been negotiated. These changes are introduced for the duration of the agreement. 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. I thank the members who attended last night`s meeting to review the interim agreement. Below is a link to the preliminary agreement. On Thursday, CUPE 4163 and the University of Victoria agreed on an interim agreement. 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. 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. Other adaptations of the collective agreement: The full text of the recent collective agreement is 951 CA 2019-2022.

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. In addition, the parties agreed to make targeted market adjustments to address chronic labour market problems in certain occupations that affect the university`s ability to fulfill, improve and maintain its core academic mission. For example, for senior capital project managers, certain fundraising positions and some IT positions. The current critical capacity adaptation program will end for the duration of the agreement. On 1 July 2021, an adjustment of the salary cap of 0.4% will also be introduced to improve the overall competitiveness of AEP pay scales.

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