Annual General Membership Meeting
Friday, December 4, 2015 at 6:00 p.m.
Faculty of Social Sciences Building
120 University Private, 4th floor
Dinner will be available.
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Get to know other Part-Time Professors, hear the year-end reports, and vote on important issues including elections of the 2016 Board of Directors and Bargaining Committee.
The documents for the 4 December 2015 General Membership Meeting are now available.
You will find the following documents:
Copies of these documents will be distributed to members attending the meeting.
The financial documents and the nomination form will only be available in hard copies at the meeting.
You are a member of the APTPUO while you are teaching as a part-time professor and for two years after the end of your last contract.
Part-time professors teaching only in the Faculty Law are not members of the APTPUO.
The University has published the Spring/Summer 2015 Hiring Report. It is available here.
If you applied unsuccessfully for a course, you can review the report and the successful candidates' category and seniority points. If you believe that the hiring process was not respected, you can contact the Association by replying to this email or by visiting the Contact Us page.
You have until the end of June 2015 to file a complaint.
The 2013-2016 Collective Agreement, signed and translated, is now available. Please visit the Human Resources website to view the Agreement.
If you have any questions, get in touch with the Association and we will be happy to assist.
At the 2014 APTPUO General Assembly, the members voted to strike a Governance Committee. This committee would be responsible for the review of the APTPUO’s Constitution and By-Laws. Since the GA, the Governance Committee has made many positive changes. Before it is proposed at the 2015 General Assembly, we are asking members to provide feedback and comments.
The changes to the Constitution and By-Laws are available here.
To propose feedback and comments, please contact the office of the Association by replying to this email or by visiting the Contact Us page.
The Association invites Part-Time Professors to an informal end of semester social!
The event will take place on Thursday, April 23 at Café Nostalgica from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. We will be providing a fixed burrito dinner and good company.
Café Nostalgica is located on 603 Cumberland Street in Ottawa.
Space is limited, so please RSVP your attendance by contacting us before Tuesday, April 21.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
On Wednesday, April 8 the APTPUO is organizing a second workshop on how to write strong resumes. Members are invited to learn about what the University looks for in a resume when hiring part-time professors.
We encourage you to bring your resume and examples of job postings that you would like to apply for since this workshop has the goal of ensuring that these skills can be put into practice.
Facilitator: Pascal Sergent, APTPUO Francophone Grievance Officer
Wednesday, April 8 at 5:45pm in the Faculty of Social Sciences building (120 University Private), room 4004
The Association and the Employer are in ongoing discussions and negotiations in relation to compensation for accommodation requests and supplementary examinations. The Association's position is that when an APTPUO professor has to create an additional exam for students who missed the regular exam (including mid-term exams) they have the right to be compensated $150 as per Article 18.104.22.168 in the Collective Agreement. When the Student Access Service Center requests that an APTPUO professor provides exam-related accommodations for any student in a course, the Association's position is that this additional work shall be compensated $200 per course upon request as per Article 22.214.171.124.c in the Collective Agreement.
Do not forget to file a request with your unit or department as soon as possible to be compensated for any additional work for accommodations. Be sure to 'cc the Association so that your request for compensation can be included in future settlements with the employer.
At the end of February, members teaching a course this term received an email notification from the Employer regarding mandatory online trainings. The APTPUO has reached an agreement with the Employer that all members who complete all of the mandatory online trainings shall receive $200.00 in recognition of this additional work. The amount will be deposited directly in your bank account within 45 days after the end of the semester during which you completed the training. The training is completed once the tests associated with each of the modules is completed and passed by the professor.
Be sure to complete all six trainings, including the Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness Module. The Supervisor training is mandatory because professors supervise students and staff.
For more information, please contact the office of the Association or visit the training website.
Those who have already completed all of the training modules will be compensated.
This survey is being funded by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO) to provide information about the Ontario contract/non-full-time faculty population. If you have taught in a contract/non-full-time capacity in Ontario in the past year (May 2014 to April 2015), then we’d like to hear from you. Your views and experiences are important to us and we hope you will share them in this online survey.
Click here to fill out the survey.