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 +====== ALL PARTIAL-LOAD PROFESSORS MUST SUBMIT THEIR NAMES TO THE PL REGISTRY BEFORE OCTOBER 30, 2019 IF THEY INTEND TO SEEK WORK AT SHERIDAN IN 2020. ======
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 +Here is the link to the Frequently Asked Questions and to the self-registration form:
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 +http://​insider.sheridancollege.ca/​wp-content/​uploads/​2018/​12/​partial-load-registration-faq.pdf
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 +In other news…
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 +===== Uneasy Labour Relations With The Education Sector =====
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 +You have no doubt read about the contract disputes of the CUPE educational support workers; a strike was averted at the last hour on the Sunday night with a strike to begin Monday morning. And now the Catholic School Board and the OSSTF are going to vote in the next few days on whether they will be going on strike. If they do, we will support them just as they supported us during our strike in the Fall of 2017.
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 +The point is, our next round of bargaining is coming up in a year and a half, so perhaps we can judge by what happens to our high-school colleagues as a view to how the Ford government will negotiate with us.
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 +===== OLRB Decision Could Cut PL Teaching Opportunities =====
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 +In its intransigence to unionize part-time teachers in the Ontario College System, the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) has ruled that only teaching hours can be counted to decide whether a contract teacher is part-time, partial-load or sessional. This has a dire implication for eroding the current rights of our PL Profs. This means, for example, that a person who holds a contract for 6 hours of teaching and another contract for 3 hours of curriculum development is considered a part-time employee (6 hours of teaching or less a week), not a partial load employee (7-12 hours of teaching a week) and that a person who holds only a contract for curriculum development (or other ancillary academic duties) but no contract for teaching contact hours, is a support staff employee, not an academic employee. Our Divisional Executive is currently engaged with OPSEU lawyers to fight this decision.
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 +More news as events unfold.
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 +Jack Urowitz, \\
 +President, OPSEU Local 244
  
 ====== The College Employer Council Thwarts Part-time Faculty Vote Again ====== ====== The College Employer Council Thwarts Part-time Faculty Vote Again ======
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