University Of Oregon Collective Bargaining Agreement

United Academics opened by submitting a counter-proposal to the personal records article. The EU proposal aims to refer to both personal and personal files, as members of the EU negotiating team say that the two words are used interchangeably in their review of legal policy and higher education. The university`s negotiating team emphasized that “personal records” are the generic term that covers personal files, so there is no need to include these two terms. In addition, United Academics is calling for the inclusion of “discipline files and files.” The university shared its hesitations with such broad language, as it could contain confidential information, so decisions about what information to share must be made on a case-by-case basis. The round of negotiations focused on a new counter-proposal for compensation submitted by the university`s negotiating team. In previous rounds of negotiations, the University`s negotiating team has shared proposals to extend eligibility to appointees with less than 0.5 FTEs, set salary floors for temporary job classes, and provide for measures to increase guaranteed benefits on a five-year annual basis. These are important offers at considerable cost. The counter-proposal presented in the round of negotiations added a mechanism by which appointees in a given term in the previous academic year are eligible for an increase in benefits at the time of recognition. This inclusion relates to the situation of workers, for whom there may be recurrent work, but only for part of each academic year. The counter-proposal also increased the amount of guaranteed increase packages and set a new salary floor for all postdoctoral fellows, both inside and now, with the help of the National Institute of Health Salats. The total cost of the separate pools proposed by the EU team is more than $10 million per year (more than 6% per year) up to the GJ22, in addition to more than $6 million for a single pool of GJ22 capital.

The next proposal from the EU`s negotiating team, Research Support, also aims to identify significant annual resources for several individual purposes. The university`s negotiating team shared its cost estimates. Extending a bridge funding pool to members of the bargaining unit after the end of their grants would cost $2.1 million per year. A 50% reduction would cost $3.5 million per year to the amount of gta education that is billed for grants. The requirement that 5% of research and development recovery messages to lead investigators cost up to $3.5 million per year. The EU negotiating team presented the last two of these proposals as cost-neutral, as they see them as a redistribution of funds instead of creating new spending. But the revenues from gta education, which are billed for grants, and the sum of the resumption of research and development, are currently assuming essential and strategic functions that need to be pursued.