The sustainable services bargaining mandate supports the government`s commitment to improve the services people rely on, make life more affordable, and invest in sustainable economic growth. The mandate is in line with B.C.`s commitment to balanced budgets and sound financial management. Currently, nearly 325,000 public sector employees – nearly 98 percent – are covered by interim agreements or ratified under B.C.UFV is working with the Post-Secondary Employers Association (PSEA) to ensure that the negotiated agreement is in line with sustainable service mandates. The sustainable services bargaining mandate applies to all public sector employers with unionized workers whose collective agreements expire on or after December 31, 2018. The collective agreement between the Faculties and Staff Association (ASL), which represents the faculty and staff of all campuses and the university, expired on March 31, 2019. The parties will begin negotiating a renewed collective agreement on February 21, 2020. The collective agreement is a contract negotiated through collective bargaining between the Association of Faculties and Staff (FSA) and the UFV. This agreement defines the conditions of employment of unionized teachers and UFV employees as well as the rights, privileges and obligations of the union, the employer and the workers. Recognized as a leading employer in British Columbia, the University of the Fraser Valley is located on the traditional undetered territory of the Stó:lō and offers more than 100 programs to 15,000 students each year, including degrees, bachelor`s and master`s degrees, as well as applied and technical studies.
The UFV Board of Governors and the UFV Faculty Association (ASL) have ratified the 2019-2022 collective agreement as part of the provincial government`s sustainable services bargaining mandate. The mandate focuses on improving services to people and ensuring fair and affordable remuneration. Author: Advancement Staff The University of Calgary is committed to being fairer, more diverse and. For the third year in a row, Wilfrid Laurier University has been named by Canada`s Top 100 as one of Waterloo Region`s Top Employers. Learn more about this mandate and previous bargaining mandates on the provincial government`s Negotiating Mandates and Public Sector Agreements page. . . .