Douglas College Collective Agreement 2018

A collective agreement is a contract negotiated between the employer and the union that sets wages and working conditions for all workers covered by the agreement. Your agreement provides for a complaints procedure in case the employer is unable to comply with the terms of the agreement. FÖD staff and local elected officials successfully defend the integrity of collective agreements every day. Local stewards handle most complaints in the initial phase. If the problems cannot be solved in the initial phase, the FÖD staff representatives collaborate with the natives, up to arbitration if necessary. FPSE regularly provides labour relations training for local members and the Contract Administration Review Committee (CARC) regularly brings together business leaders to coordinate and learn how best to protect the rights of collective agreements. The current collective agreements can be consulted via the website of the post-secondary employers` organisation. This collection is a great resource for students, graduates or anyone who is currently looking for a job. For more information on the collective agreement, see: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Or browse below. You can browse the entire entry or search by province or region.

Douglas College`s faculty and support staff are represented by the Douglas College Faculty Association (DCFA) and the Union of Government and Service Employees of British Columbia (BCGEU). Released workers are covered by working and employment conditions. Current employees can sign up for DC Connect for more information. For more information on how residents can access FPSE services, see the Policy and Procedure Manual. . . .



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