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University Of Alberta Nasa Collective Agreement

In Uncategorized on 13/10/2021 at 12:58

Please note that the timing of negotiating a new collective agreement has been significantly disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the terms of the current agreement remain in effect until a new agreement is negotiated and ratified by NASA members. You can visit the 2019-20 Bargaining Updates page for the latest updates on this round of negotiations and the current status of the negotiating proposals. NASA negotiates a collective agreement (CA) with the University of Alberta that sets out the terms and conditions of employment for non-academic staff. Below is the current agreement, the 2016 – 2019 collective agreement. NASA also represents certain groups of employees on campus through two separate agreements, the Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG) and the University of Alberta Students` Association. Members must register to access trading information and the latest updates of the 2019-20 negotiations. Yesterday, university unions in Alberta held rallies in support of health care workers who participated in an unauthorized wildcat strike on October 26. The strike was a response to plans to privatize 11,000 AUPE jobs such as laboratories, laundry, home economics and catering. Workers at dozens of different sites left work and returned to their regular duties the next day. This surge in privatization disproportionately affects women, especially women of color. This is in addition to the early morning rallies organized by the AFL on the same day to welcome the workers who came to the station, which were also attended by AUFA members. Workers who participated in the work action are all subject to disciplinary measures from management, which may include suspension without pay or even dismissal. In Athabasca, 71 names signed a petition demanding that health professionals involved in the strike not be disciplined and sent to the AHS general leadership.

Solidarity is not a slogan. It is a strategy. The massive privatization of positions faced by health professionals reflects the struggle for appointments that AUFA members face. All over the world, workers of all kinds face the same struggles. Elimination of wage growth, pre-taxation and erosion of social protection measures and benefits. AUFA members are in a privileged position and it is up to us to use this privilege to strengthen and strengthen others.