Collective Agreement Course Lecturer Mcgilladmin
Nick Papatheodorakos is a practicing lawyer in commercial and labour law and a graduate of the Université de Montréal School of Law. He also has a BA in Political Science from McGill University and an MA in History from Concordia University. Nick has been teaching at Concordia in the Management Department since 2008 with a specialization in Legal and Labour Relations courses. His involvement with CUPFA involves collaboration with a part-time recruitment committee and as a representative on the Program Implementation Committee of the Department of Management. As Research Chair in External Relations, he is responsible for networking, developing information resources and engaging with our union counterparts from different universities and community interest groups. Nick looks forward to working hard, as a member of CUPFA`s Board of Directors, to promote the interests of our members and develop fairer working conditions. Regarding the application, please submit your application to employdise.education [at] mcgill.ca. On November 9, 2010, at our last General Meeting, the Bargaining Committee presented an agreement in principle which was then adopted 100% by the members of the Assembly. This page is also available in FR At yesterday`s general assembly, the teachers of Marianopolis College unanimously approved their first collective agreement. Just two years after the successful union introduction in April 2014, this new contract represents historic gains for the teaching faculty of this private English-speaking college more than 100 years old in the. In addition to the provisions of the collective agreement, please note that a very small number of courses are awarded to doctoral students.
The bargaining committee is pleased to inform you that after more than two years of intensive negotiations and conciliations, the union and the employer agreed in principle on October 30, 2020 and signed a memorandum of understanding on our second collective agreement. Teaching Assistants at McGill approved last night a contract that provides a new guarantee of three hours of paid teacher training for the first TAs, salary increases of 3%, 3% and 1.2% over three years, guarantees of sufficient meeting time between TAs and course directors, as well as a written and formal obligation for McGill to do everything in its power to improve teaching support for courses. bachelor through the use of DeAching Assistants. The Union and McGill have united in principle on our second collective agreement. The agreement must meet certain procedural requirements, but we will soon announce the next steps leading up to its presentation to members at an online general meeting. We will provide further updates as they become available. Scott Chlopan began teaching at a private institute in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and arrived at Concordia in 1999. In the Department of Education, he teaches English as a second language courses and teaches training in this specialization. . . .