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    • 22 JAN 20
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    Call Out: FSA DAA 2020 Nominations

    Call Out: FSA DAA 2020 Nominations

    The FSA Distinguished Alumni Award (DAA) is a partnership with the BCIT’s Distinguished Alumni Awards. Each year the Alumni Association selects recipients from BCIT alumni who have demonstrated achievement/leadership to receive these awards. In 2014 the FSA began to partner with the Alumni Association to present an additional DAA to an FSA member who is

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    • 04 OCT 19
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    Still Relevant: More Work to be Done

    Still Relevant: More Work to be Done

    Written by the FSA Caucus on Part-Time Studies (COPTS) In 2016 the BCITFSA produced a series of videos to bring attention to some of the issues that face our members whose work is precarious in nature. These issues disproportionally affect members who work in Part-Time Studies at BCIT but may also impact those in other

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    • 29 AUG 19
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    Best Practices: Salary Scale Initial Placement

    Best Practices: Salary Scale Initial Placement

    Originally published in our April 2019 FSA Voice newsletter. We encourage all members to know about the importance of Initial Placement so that when new colleagues start in your Department you can encourage them to ensure that they have been placed properly. We have several “hard to fill/difficult to recruit to” disciplines where having this knowledge is key. In

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    • 27 JUN 19
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    Best Practices: Workload Disputes

    Best Practices: Workload Disputes

    Originally published in our October 2018 FSA Voice newsletter.  Over the last year, the FSA has seen an increase in members using collective agreement provisions to dispute excess workload assignments. Collective Agreement Articles 8.8 and 8.9 (for instructional and non-instructional staff respectively) provide three levels of dispute resolution. The Workload Dispute Process gives members the opportunity to

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