Adobe Reader is required to view the collective agreement. Text articles only can be provided on request. Association Business, Use of University Facilities and Liaison Although the deadline expires, the University of Manitoba and its faculty association are receiving an extension of this very important task. The entry of excluded administrators and members of the Board of Governors of CUPE 3909 represents: students who work as diers/markers, teaching assistants, laboratory demonstrators, seminar directors, tutors and teachers (UNIT 1); Sessional Instructors, Music Teachers, Librarians, and Counssellors (UNIT 2); and staff of the Canadian Federation of Manitoba Students (UNIT 3). Each year, about 1,200 members share a common concern for decent working conditions and learning conditions in post-secondary education. As a member of CUPE, you are part of a national union of 625,000 members, the largest union in the country. Mediation talks between the institution and the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) will continue on Sunday, after the initial deadline for both parties has expired, in order to reach a refurbishment of the previous day. “We are working much longer during this pandemic. We are fighting to provide care for dependents, to take care of our own mental health, while teaching more students than ever before,” said Michael Shaw, President of UMFA.
. Proud as a representative of students and scientific staff at the University of Manitoba. The deadline was initially set by the UMFA to “avoid a long, unproductive mediation.” The Faculty Association is a certified bargaining partner for 1,240 full-time professors, librarians, teachers and teachers at the University of Manitoba.