Collective Agreement Lumun

LUMUN`s collective agreement with Memorial University expired more than a year ago and the union is negotiating a new agreement with the university. Despite the new revenues that were paid to the university this year as a result of a series of juicy tuition increases, Wells warns that much of the money is being spent on administrative expenses and does not improve teaching conditions. Below are links to collective agreements at Memorial. For more information on these collective agreements, please contact myhr@mun.ca. In 2006, when Memorial`s pro-course instructors were merged in 2006, when LUMUN merged, some things improved, Wells says. In 2009, they signed their first collective agreement with Memorial. « We found dozens of semesters after semesters – dozens! – letters of landing only two or three weeks before the start of the next semester, » she added. I`ve heard stories from people who are the week before class starts, when they find out. It`s not enough time… One of the requirements of collective bargaining was that these letters of appointment come out earlier. Memorial University Lecturers` Union (LUMUN) Per-Course Instructors Agreement Sept. 1, 2016 to August 31, 2020 « Another topic we have is the work of hours.

We are paid by the course, we do not yet receive an hourly rate, » wells said. Due to the number of courses less taught at the university during the spring semester, many course facilitators cannot teach during the spring semester. There are no jobs available. Many of our course directors are going to IS this summer. Teaching Assistants` Union (TAUMUN) Sept. 1, 2017 – August 31, 2020 LUMUN represents postdoctoral and pro-course instructors at Memorial. There are about 270 teachers per course at the university and about 70 post-docs. Unlike contract teachers, who are considered permanent and receive unsured annual benefits and salaries, teachers are denied many basic benefits per course for workers. « Universities are increasingly turning to what is called conditional academic work, » Wells said. « It`s a contingent or a precarious situation, which means that more and more faculty members are working on short-term contracts, not receiving benefits and having no job security… It`s a hard way to make a living. « I think MUN should be on the front line and show that they appreciate their course facilitators, that they teach university courses, bachelor`s and postgraduate studies at all levels of the university, that they do a good job and that they have advanced degrees – many have a PhD or specific work experience that makes them experts in their field. You should be able to choose the health plan. MUN should be on the front line and allow course facilitators who have no other health and dental benefits.

Because it should be a basic human right in Canada. When applying for IS, Wells says, MUN`s human resources department says the instuctors are employed 15 hours a week per class. But it is far from being close to reality, says the union. Wells, who has been president of the union since 2014, notes that LUMUN`s membership is multiple. Some of their members have full-time jobs elsewhere and teach courses either as an additional job or because they have been hired to provide a particular field. Other members are graduates. Some of these groups are able to access medical and dental care through their other jobs. Kajeet hotspots, which are around the county, have longer hours for your comfort. They are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The WiFI … « Before the union was created, there was no guarantee that even if you had taught a course for 10 years, the course would be offered to you.