QuickNews #32: October 2013

 

IMPORTANT: Deadline 30 September 2013

Major Medical Plan

Part-Time Professors have until 30 September 2013 to enroll in the Medical Plan of the University of Ottawa.

To enroll, please contact the Human Resources Service (Tabaret Hall, room 019) and pay the applicable fees (if any).

For further information on the Plan, please visit HR's website

Tuition Fee Credit Plan

Part-Time Professors whom have a member of their family studying at the University of Ottawa could benefit of a credit on their tuition fees paid by this member. They can also benefit of this credit if they study at the University of Ottawa as a part-time student.

To apply, please contact the Human Resources Service (Tabaret Hall, room 019) before 30 September 2013.

For further information on this plan, please consult the website of the Association.

Fall 2013 Hiring Report

On 30 September 2013, the University will publish the Fall 2013 Hiring Report.This report will publish all the hiring of part-time professors at the University of Ottawa for this semester. By checking the hiring for the course.s for which you applied, you can determine if the hiring process in the collective agreement was respected.

The hiring report will be available on the Human Resources Service's website.

If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact the Association.

Pension Plan: Enroll now!

Part-Time Professors can enroll to the Pension Plan of the University of Ottawa. If they wish to enroll, the Association strongly suggests that they do so as early as possible in the semester. This way, they will avoid paying all their contributions with their last paycheck of the semester.

To enroll, please contact the Human Resources Service (Tabaret Hall, room 019).

To learn more about the Plan, please consult the website of the Association.

FYI: Custody & Control of Academic Staff Records

From the Canadian Association of University Teachers: "With universities now under access to information legislation in all provinces and federally, there are a growing number of requests for academic staff records. The term “record” is generic and refers to almost any document (regardless of format) that you create or receive, e.g., letters, notes, post-it notes, emails, telephone messages, notes on the margin of meeting agendas, aide-mémoire; lecture notes, drafts of articles and books, text messages."

The document is available on CAUT's website.