Faculty Complain That Union Bullies Its Own Members & Is Too Aggressive With Management

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by Matthew Pearson and Andrew Pinsent Faculty members at Algonquin College are speaking out against their union’s leaders who are currently embroiled in a war of words with the college’s administration over the sorry state of labour relations on campus. At issue is the high number of outstanding grievances the faculty union, Ontario Public Sector Employees’ Union Local 415, has against the college, not to mention the thousands of dollars being spent annually to settle issues at the arbitration table. Last year alone Algonquin paid almost $450,000 in arbitrator and legal fees. Stung by press coverage, college president Robert Gillett […]
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