Canadian Union Files Grievance

by TAA Staff THE FACULTY UNION at Algonquin College, in Nepean, Ontario, has filed several grievances regarding college hiring part-time and sessional faculty over full-time faculty. “This is not a new thing, in the sense that for years in many areas of the college there has been a tendency to overuse non-full-time categories of teacher,” said faculty union president Doug Brandy. Non-full-time faculty members include part-time professors that teach no more than six hours a week. Partial-load professors are rare and teach seven to 12 hours a week on a regular basis, and sessional professors work full-time hours but are […]
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