Termination (collective agreement reference: section 26.3.1): An employee or full-time employee may resign from any appointment by not preceding in writing to the President of the CB a period of at least two months. The resignation shall take effect on 30 June following the declaration of resignation or at the end of his term of office, unless an earlier date is acceptable to both parties. Chairman of the department (reference of the collective agreement: article 25.6): the term of office of a president usually begins on 1 July and generally lasts three years. Social workers are an opportunity to meet members of the board of directors and the board of your union as well as other faculties. The following sites indicate which campus representative hosts, but the social ones are open to all members throughout the campus. Salary increases (collective agreement reference: Article 33.4): All permanent faculty members who worked at OC on March 31, 2006 will receive a salary increase on April 1, until the maximum salary is reached. All other employees will receive a raise on the anniversary of the start of continuous employment at OC. The collective agreement and any letters of agreement constitute the employment contract between the university and the members of the bargaining unit represented by the association of faculties. The bargaining unit includes all regular members of the faculty of teaching and research; temporary members of the faculty with appointments of more than one year; and professional librarians, both regular and temporary. The Faculty Association is a union certified under the BC Labour Relations Code. Professional indemnity (reference of the collective agreement: article 37.7): request before May 31, the claim of expenses incurred during the previous year. 31 March 2019 – 1 April 2022Consuply: The 2019-2022 agreement is active, but the OCFA has not yet received an updated copy. The old agreement on the site will be updated as soon as a copy of the new agreement is available.
Retirement (collective agreement reference: section 26.1.1): Please note that as of January 1, 2008, this language does not correspond to British Columbia`s existing human rights laws, which effectively end mandatory retirement. . . .