Algonquin College Support Staff Collective Agreement
A collective agreement is a written contract between an employer and a union that describes many of the conditions of employment of workers in a collective agreement unit. There are two collective agreements that cover members of Algonquin College`s collective agreement unit. The academic collective agreement includes professors, trainers, part-time staff, counselors and librarians. The support staff collective agreement includes all full-time support staff, Appendix D and Schedule G members. Please click on the links below to view active negotiated collective agreements between the parties. In the event of questions E-Mailfirstname.lastname@example.org support staff on the active pay slip at the university who completed the continuous service set for June 30 of the year, the leave with payment is granted as follows: All full-time assistance employees are paid according to the salary schedule listed below. Work schedules are set by the college and may vary. Weekly hours allocated to assistance staff may include: For standard contracts for non-complete university staff, administrative staff and support staff, please visit the “Part-time Boarding Process” page. The accumulation of leave is based on a reference period from July 1 to June 30. More information on holidays for assistance staff can be found in the Holiday Directive (HR13). . Teacher ranking applies to learning places where the tasks and responsibilities of the historical operator are limited to the full range of academic activities related to the provision of teaching to groups of assigned students through prepared courses and prescribed teaching formats; and is limited to training to acquire a manipulative skill or technique; and under the guidance of a teacher.
Notwithstanding this requirement, the instructor is responsible for a learning environment and has the freedom to provide a learning environment that effectively exploits the resources, work experience, excursions, etc., provided or identified, and to select appropriate teaching materials from those provided or identified to facilitate students achieving the educational objectives of the assigned courses. On June 30 of each year, support workers should not have more than their annual rights on their holiday bank.