As you are likely aware, our current Collective Agreement will expire on April 30. Yesterday, the APUO began collective bargaining with the Central Administration.
Following extensive consultation and a democratic vote by our Board of Director and by members at a Special General Assembly, the APUO is proud to have tabled a series of proposals that promote and defend high quality education and research, fight for equity, democratize our University, and protect our rights. We hope to find a partner in the Central Administration in the realization of these mutually beneficial goals.
You can view all of our tabled proposals through the following links:
- Fighting for Equity
- High Quality Education and Research
- Democratizing our University
- Protecting Our Rights
We will provide an analysis of the Central Administration’s proposals in the coming days.
At this time, neither party has tabled proposals related to salary or health and benefits. The APUO and the Central Administration have commissioned a study comparing our compensation package with those offered at comparable universities. Once we receive these results, both parties will table compensation-focused proposals.
In the weeks ahead, we will be providing regular updates on the progress of our negotiations with the Central Administration.