This decision will have a significant impact on the salaries and pensions of many faculties whose three- and four-year Bachelor`s degrees have so far only been counted in the form of two- and three-year degrees in salary calculations. See section 14.03 A 1 (b) diagram to determine your current compensation potential. As of September 2015 is the highest stage for full-time faculties 21 (104, 963), while the lowest stage for full-time faculty is 5 (60,548). Your training and experience determine your maximum entry-level salary and your maximum stage achievable. The job classification plans for positions in the university collective agreement unit in your collective agreement contain a detailed description of the factors (learning and work experience, formal qualifications) that are taken into account when determining your salary. The method of calculating your first investment in the salary grid is also presented. Section 14 (wages) of the collective agreement describes the procedure for determining the faculty`s salary. In addition, section 14.03 A 1 (a) contains the compensation plan for full-time teachers, advisors and librarians, while articles 14.04 B 1 and B 2 contain the same salary plan for load teachers. Our collective agreement contains a salary plan that is linked to a classification plan that sets minimum and maximum wage levels for individual counselors, librarians and professors. The maximum salary level is determined by the “relevant level of formal education and staff equivalencies.” After hiring, the university enters your education and work data on a payroll that then sends it to local office 556 for our registrations. You should also receive a copy. Sometimes the university lists your education rights as “irrelevant,” which has a negative impact on your placement in the grid. If you think any of your registration information is irrelevant, please contact us at Local 556 or by phone at 416-415-5000 ext 2200 and we will work with you to correct it.
If you feel you are affected by this decision, please contact us at Local 556 office or by phone at 416-415-5000 ext 2200.