QUFA negotiations lead to questions and uncertainty

Questions are being raised within the wider Queen’s community about the broader implications of the ongoing collective bargaining process between the university and the Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA). In response, Queen’s administration is stepping up its information-sharing efforts – both to help provide some answers as well as to shine more light on some of the normal uncertainties that can be raised during any critical labour negotiation.

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  1. Roberta Lamb

    I appreciate that the University Administration is putting up a Labour News site; however, significant details about the collective bargaining process have been excluded. For example, it is not the QUFA negotiations, but the negotiations between the University Administration and QUFA. Another most important fact that everyone should know is that on the 17th day after a no-board report, the Employer can unilaterally change the terms and conditions of employment. For more detailed information, see the FAQs on QUFA’s Job Action Readiness. http://qufa.ca

    Thank you for the opportunity to comment.


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