Mount St. Vincent Part-Timers Reject Contract Offer

by TAA Staff THE UNION REPRESENTING part-time faculty at Mount Saint Vincent University has rejected a “final offer” from the university by a vote of 100 percent. The main outstanding issue is wages. The part-time faculty are looking to achieve wage parity with their counterparts at Saint Mary’s University, who settled a new contract on April 10. Part-time university faculty have historically been underpaid, particularly when compared to full-time faculty.The university workers say they are fed up with being exploited as a cheap labor pool by Mount Saint Vincent University. CUPE has been bargaining with the university since October, 2000. […]
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