Umass Boston Collective Bargaining Agreement

Each bargaining unit has a collective agreement (contract) that sets out your wages, hours, periods of illness and other terms and conditions of employment. Visit your union`s website for more information. Your link to collective agreements and other useful information. Non-unitary positions are not governed by a collective agreement. Non-unit professional employees are subject to the non-unit personnel policy. We have now completed well over a six-month period of negotiations, including the COVID-19 Impact negotiations and the main roundtables around the succession agreement (2017-20). The State of Massachusetts did not provide its annual budget parameters necessary to begin wage negotiations, although this did not prevent the administration from preemptively offering us 0% increases for the next three years. We refused and we are waiting for information from the state. Negotiations on the succession agreement (20-23) have begun. For more information, click here. We work with university staff to ensure that staff are fairly compensated under higher education guidelines, programmes and collective agreements. We are responsible: Inform yourself about your benefits, update your personal data, find the holiday plan.

You can also view your collective agreements here. If you`re supervising an employee under a collective agreement, Employee Relations can help you with any issues, including, but not limited to: positions defined as classified employees are based on compliance with obligations and responsibilities with the specifications contained in the state title and governed by the general laws of Massachusetts. The level of remuneration for each post depends on the grade assigned to the corresponding title. Classified employees are covered by the collective agreement and the wage settlement is in the collective agreement. Classified positions are generally cleric, administrative and technical positions, as well as craftsmen and work positions. The management of the salaries of academic staff, such as the faculty, librarians and research professors, is managed by Propstei. Faculties and librarians are covered by the collective agreement. Employee Relations focuses on maintaining the relationships of collaborators/executives or collaborators who contribute to the university`s culture of success. The Office of Employee Relations contributes to the prevention and resolution of problems involving people resulting from or affecting work situations.

The Office is the university`s principal representative on all labour relations matters, including all collective bargaining. Employee Relations provides advice on a wide range of employment issues and concerns aimed at ensuring fair and consistent treatment of all employees of the university. For a list of other binding agreements, including the Red Book, the CLA 2/2 program and the parking fee agreement, click here. Your link to the personnel policy for non-professional staff. Non-uniform occupational positions are not governed by a collective agreement. . . .

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