Umass Amherst Collective Bargaining Agreement

If your CBA is not mentioned here, please contact the HRD, who manages all other collective agreements. Summary of events and proposals for each negotiating meeting, including negotiating notes. Covid-19 has changed the priorities of the negotiations. The proposed impact package is available here. All provisional agreements signed by the university and the Union representative Doc 96-047-Policy on Faculty Consulting and Outside Activities All links refer to the page on which the corresponding documents are located. All bargaining meetings will be held at Whitmore 370 unless otherwise noted. Sessions will take place from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (preparation) between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. (negotiations).

The policy aims to support the mission of the university and enrich the experience of the faculty by allowing sufficiently limited external activities for the faculty. Trustee Doc 76-081-Academic Personnel Policy (the Red Book) Senate Doc 90-029-Research, Appointment, Terms, Removal of Chairs/Heads The „Red Book” is a board document that contains guidance for a number of important personnel directives, such as.B. Procedural standards, audit criteria, roles and responsibilities, etc. Collective agreements (BCAs) describe the working conditions and rights of the UMass Amherst faculty and postgraduate assistants, such as hours of pay, benefits and more. Choose your CBA below to learn more or to find some information. Statutes for all academic departments of the university as well as resources for the development of statutes. **The correct link for footnote 15 is as follows: www.asiflex.com/DCFSA.aspx academic staff manage most elements of this page and/or serve as a point of contact for questions. Senate Doc 90-029C – Appointment of Presidents and Acting Officers (replaces part of 90-029) Faculty members must devote their primary professional loyalty to the University and devote their time and energy to the University. However, because they are considered „special employees of the state” under the General Laws of Massachusetts Ch.

268A, they may engage in limited activities outside the university during normal working hours, provided that such external activities do not interfere with their primary duties. The University recognizes that external activities can be useful to the faculty and the University. .