Human Resources

Originally published on April 6, 2017

What: A meet and greet with other employees with disabilities and allies, a space to discuss accommodations at work, learn about the types of support available, and share experiences.

Why: Connect with others in a relaxed atmosphere, discuss the needs of ­employees with disabilities and help work towards creating more inclusive and socially supportive workplaces at McGill!

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Published on: 25 May 2017

Originally posted on November 25, 2016.

The Association of McGill University Support Employees (AMUSE/Casuals)/Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and McGill University have agreed on all aspects of a new collective agreement.

The final elements were agreed on at a meeting the two parties held earlier today, in the presence of the conciliator appointed by the ministère du Travail.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates
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Published on: 25 May 2017

Originally published on April 10, 2017

The parties met on March 21 in the presence of a Conciliator appointed by the Ministry of Labour. They presented their monetary proposals and addressed each other’s questions. The employer committed to assessing the financial implications of the Union’s proposal and will share this assessment at their next meeting, scheduled for April 26. Two additional meetings are scheduled for May.

Classified as: AMURE, Negotiation Updates
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Published on: 25 May 2017

Originally posted on November 25, 2016.

The Association of McGill University Research Employees (AMURE) unit representing postdoctoral researchers and McGill University have agreed on all aspects of a first collective agreement. The final elements were agreed on at a meeting the two parties held on November 25.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates
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Published on: 25 May 2017

Originally posted on December 2, 2016.

The parties met on November 14, 15 and 25 in the presence of the arbitrator appointed by the Ministère du travail. The employer presented for review by the union the bilingual version of the text agreed on pertaining to the grievance procedure, as well as of the article related to the drafting of the collective agreement.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates
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Published on: 25 May 2017

Originally posted on December 7, 2016.

The parties met on November 4 and 11. They shared their objectives and constraints related to the posting mechanisms for positions of research associates, research assistants and casual research assistants.

They discussed topics such as centralized posting tools, priority for McGill employees, employee selection criteria, duration of contracts, advice for employees who are relocating/have relocated from other countries, availability list and several other topics related to staffing activities.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates
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Published on: 25 May 2017

Originally published on April 18, 2017

TO:  All M-level staff

SUBJECT: Updates to McGill Personnel Policies and Procedures

Dear colleagues,

This memo provides a brief summary of updates to McGill’s Personnel Policies and Procedures, which apply to all M-Level staff and were revised on January 1st, 2017. This summary is intended only as an informal synopsis – the authoritative documents are the policies themselves.

The four updated policies are:

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Published on: 25 May 2017

Originally published on April 19, 2017

Floor Fellows, represented by AMUSE, held a special general assembly on April 13, 2017 during which members voted to approve the proposed collective agreement. This is a positive and important milestone; the Union and the University look forward to receiving final approvals from individuals with pending claims before the CNESST, and from the CNESST itself.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE
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Published on: 25 May 2017

Floor Fellows, represented by AMUSE, held a special general assembly on April 13, 2017 during which members voted to approve the proposed collective agreement. This is a positive and important milestone; the Union and the University look forward to receiving final approvals from individuals with pending claims before the CNESST, and from the CNESST itself.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE
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Published on: 19 Apr 2017

TO:  All M-level staff

SUBJECT: Updates to McGill Personnel Policies and Procedures

Dear colleagues,

This memo provides a brief summary of updates to McGill’s Personnel Policies and Procedures, which apply to all M-Level staff and were revised on January 1st, 2017. This summary is intended only as an informal synopsis – the authoritative documents are the policies themselves.

The four updated policies are:

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Published on: 18 Apr 2017

The parties met on March 21 in the presence of a Conciliator appointed by the Ministry of Labour. They presented their monetary proposals and addressed each other’s questions. The employer committed to assessing the financial implications of the Union’s proposal and will share this assessment at their next meeting, scheduled for April 26. Two additional meetings are scheduled for May.

Classified as: AMURE, Negotiation Updates
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Published on: 10 Apr 2017

What: A meet and greet with other employees with disabilities and allies, a space to discuss accommodations at work, learn about the types of support available, and share experiences.

Why: Connect with others in a relaxed atmosphere, discuss the needs of ­employees with disabilities and help work towards creating more inclusive and socially supportive workplaces at McGill!

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Published on: 6 Apr 2017

On March 23, an agreement in principle was reached between the parties relative to outstanding CNESST claims and to the terms of a first collective agreement. The Union’s executive will submit the terms of the proposed collective agreement to members for ratification in the coming days. If ratified by the Union’s membership, the collective agreement will be in effect for three years following the date of its signature.

Classified as: Negotiation Updates, AMUSE, floor fellows
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Published on: 30 Mar 2017

The trustees of the former Long Term Disability (LTD) Plan for employees of McGill University are in the process of winding up the trust.  This plan was replaced in 2003 by the current LTD plan.

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Published on: 30 Mar 2017

On February 17, the parties met in the presence of a conciliator appointed by the Ministry of Labour – their second such meeting. McGill presented the Union with a French translation of eight articles agreed upon by both parties in previous meetings, and the Union will review these texts in the coming days. The parties will work together with the aim of finalizing them at the next meeting.

Classified as: AMURE, Negotiation Updates
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Published on: 22 Feb 2017

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