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    • 06 DEC 18
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    FSA Bargaining Survey FAQ – 2018

    FSA Bargaining Survey FAQ – 2018

    Click here for a PDF version of this FAQ. When will the FSA Bargaining Survey be open? The full survey will be open from Thursday, December 6, 2018 until 11:59pm, Sunday, December 16, 2018. Who can take the survey? The survey is open to all FSA Members. FSA members include faculty and technical staff in

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    • 30 NOV 18
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    FSA Leadership Attends CAUT Council Meetings

    FSA Leadership Attends CAUT Council Meetings

    FSA President Peter Fenrich and Executive Director, Jude Morrison recently attended the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) 3-day Council meeting on November 16, 17 and 18. Topics included extensive updates and discussion on Academic Freedom and the several cases underway. CAUT is providing valuable support in terms of defense funds and legal support to

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    • 08 NOV 18
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    FSA Announces Chief Negotiator

    FSA Announces Chief Negotiator

    The FSA is pleased to announce that FSA member Colin Jones will be taking on the role of Chief Negotiator for the upcoming round of bargaining. Colin served on the FSA’s bargaining team for the last two rounds, and has previously been an FSA Board Director. He has also sat on a variety of committees

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    • 01 NOV 18
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    FSA Executive Director Changeover

    FSA Executive Director Changeover

    As many of you will know already, after 12 years of contributing his knowledge, expertise, insights, and humour to the FSA, Executive Director Paul Reniers is moving on (well, up) to a position with MoveUP. It is with a heavy (collective) heart that we say goodbye to Paul and thank him for his tireless work

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    • 25 OCT 18
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    News: Winter Break Period

    News: Winter Break Period

    The FSA has met with BCIT and we can now confirm the 2018/2019 Winter Break period. The Collective Agreement ensures a 5-day break for non-teaching departments. Unfortunately, BCIT has not left enough time between the end of marks review date and the resumption of classes in the New Year for teaching departments to have more

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    • 18 OCT 18
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    Bargaining: The Realities of Round 18

    Bargaining: The Realities of Round 18

    As the FSA’s Collective Agreement Committee ramps up our preparations for bargaining, we are learning more about the political realities facing public sector unions in this round of bargaining. “The expectations will be high among unionized workers, because they have a more friendly government in Victoria, but that involves some very large expenditures, and this

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