Category Archives: QUFA

Administration encourages participation as CUPE and QUFA seek membership direction

As the leadership of Queen’s local branches of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and the Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA) prepare to hold general meetings of their membership this week, the university’s administration is urging employees in both groups to exercise their rights and get involved.

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QUFA, university set more dates for conciliation

The Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA) and the university have set more dates for talks with a conciliator, as part of ongoing contract negotiations.

The parties have agreed to meet this Friday, July 8 and again on July 21 and 22. The conciliation meetings began last week.

In conciliation, the parties are assisted by a provincially-appointed conciliation officer as they work through outstanding issues.

The university administration respects the collective bargaining process and remains committed to working through it to reach a negotiated settlement.

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QUFA, University agree to continue conciliation

Conciliation, which began this week with the Queen’s University Faculty Association (QUFA), will continue next week. Both parties have agreed to meet again next Friday, July 8, to continue working with the Conciliator. In conciliation, the parties are assisted by a provincially-appointed Conciliation Officer as they work through outstanding issues. The University administration respects the collective bargaining process and remains committed to working through it to reach a negotiated settlement.

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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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