7.4.3. Step 2. If no agreement is reached at Stage 1, the Union can advance the complaint to Stage 2 by providing a written statement of the complaint by e-mail, including all annexes, with the delivery of the original documents on the same day, including all annexes to the Continuum College Vice-Provost, with a copy sent to the Director of Labour Relations , to the Senior Director of IELP and UWC2 Human Resources within seven (7) days of receiving the written response to the first bar, forwarded. The Union recognises that the university may decide to appoint other appropriate university staff representing the university for an application after Stage 2. The Vice-Priest of Continuum College or the Director of Labour Relations or the Industrial Relations Representative and delegate meet with the Union and grieving it within 14 days of receiving the call in Stage 2 and respond in writing to the complaint within seven (7) days of the meeting. The condition of a meeting can be waived by mutual agreement. During negotiations on the 2019-2021 succession agreement, the parties agreed, upon ratification, to the following lump sum: workers with active employment or more than 33 FTEs and, as part of their salary status in the fall 2018 quarter, will receive a one-time lump sum payment of three hundred dollars ($300). This amount is income subject to current deductions. August 17, 2012 Agreement New collective agreement ratified by membership of AFT Local 1493 on August 17, 2012 and approved by the Foundation Board on September 19, 2012 Daily schedules. Class contracts are awarded in such a way that no more than eight (8) hours per day elapse between the start of the first class and the end of the last class taught by an extension teacher.

These hours, plus the number of courses taught per day, may be extended by mutual agreement between the extension teacher and the management. The communication to the Union is transmitted in the form of a quarterly report. the appeal was not resolved satisfactorily prior to arbitration, any party may seek mediation within five (5) days of the written decision.