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Collective Bargaining

Current CBA: 2015 - 2018 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)

Comments to the FGCU BOT from UFF-FGCU Co-Presidents (Oct 2017)

Previous Documents & Agreements

 

2017 Bargaining Updates

Update #9

UFF-FGCU and FGCU management have reached accord and signed a memorandum of agreement allowing promotion-related raises to be paid retroactively to August 2017 for all faculty promoted during the previous year. 

Update #8

Meeting date: 1 November 2017

The next UFF-Management bargaining meeting will take place on Wednesday, November 1st from 1:00-3:00 pm in Marieb Hall room 402.  The Management team will be led by Dr. Tony Barringer, Associate Provost/ Associate VP for Academic Affairs, who will assume the role of Chief Negotiator.   The UFF bargaining priority will be to work towards concluding the ongoing 2017-2018 negotiations on salary and promotions.  Everyone is invited to attend bargaining meetings as observers.  Your presence will support the critical role of faculty at FGCU.

Update #7

Meeting Date: 4 October 2017

At this meeting, we will formally open the “full book” negotiation process as well as work towards concluding the ongoing 2017-2018 negotiations on salary and promotions.  As you are probably aware, we have not yet reached agreement with management to fund both raises for approved faculty promotions and salary increases this year. Reaching an agreement on these issues will be our priority for this meeting. UFF members and non-members are invited to attend this meeting as observers of the process.  Your presence will show support for the critical role of faculty at FGCU.

Update #6

Meeting date: 10 August 2017
Bargained Article: 23 (Salaries)
Issue: Base Salary Adjustment 
CBA Language under review: Section 23.4.B
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Update #5

Meeting dates: 17 July, 19 July, 2 August
Bargained Article: 23 (Salaries)
Issue: Base Salary Adjustment 
CBA Language under review: Section 23.4.B 
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Update #4

Meeting date: Monday, 10 July 2017
Bargained Article: 17.7.A 
Concerned Party/Article Opened By: UFF
Issues: Parental Leave 
CBA Language under review: Section 17.7.A [“Parental leave is unpaid leave unless other paid leave benefits are accessed.”]
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Update #3

Meeting date:  Monday, 26 June 2017
Bargained Article:  8.F.G [Appointment]
Article Opened By: Management
UFF’s Issue: Extra University Compensation 
CBA Language under review: Section 8.F.G [“Extra University compensation is defined as University compensation for any duties in excess of a full appointment (1.0 FTE)”]
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Update #2

Meeting date: Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Bargained Article: 8.4.F.1 [Appointment]
Concerned Party/Article Opened By: Management
Issues: Summer compensation (management concern) 
CBA Language under review: Section 8.4.F.1 (“Available supplemental summer appointments shall be offered equitably … in accordance with written criteria. The criteria shall be made available in each department and unit”) and Section 8.4.F.3 (“Faculty teaching during any of the summer terms shall be compensated in the same amount as compensation received during the regular academic year for the same or similar course”) 
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Update #1

Meeting date:Wednesday, 31 May 2017
Bargained Article: 8.F.3 [Appointment]
Concerned Party/Article Opened By:   Management
Issues: Summer compensation (management concern) 
CBA Language under review: Section 8.F.3 (“Faculty teaching during any of the summer terms shall be compensated in the same amount as compensation received during the regular academic year for the same or similar course”)
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Previous Documents & Agreements

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2016-2017 Re-Openers (Modifications to the 2015-18 Collective Bargaining Agreement)

2013-2014 Re-Openers (Modifications to the 2011-14 Collective Bargaining Agreement)

August 6, 2013, the United Faculty of Florida at FGCU (UFF/FGCU) and the FGCU Board of Trustees (BOT) negotiators reached tentative agreements. The new 2013-14 CBA provisions include agreed upon modifications to: Article 23 Salaries and Article 24 Benefits. A summary of the proposed changes to Articles 23 and 24 appears below.

Article 23 Salaries

Article 24 Benefits - There were no changes to this article.

November 2012 Tentative Modification Agreements

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