Carleton, CUASA reach tentative agreement

May 29, 2018

A Carleton University release states that the university and the Carleton University Academic Staff Association, which represents 900 professors, instructors, and librarians, have arrived at a tentative Collective Agreement. The details of the agreement will be disclosed following a ratification vote by the union, adds Carleton. According to the Ottawa Citizen, CUASA representatives felt that Carleton’s request for a conciliator in early May would trigger a lockout, an allegation that the university denied. Salary, the wording of the pension plan, and pay equity for female professors were major areas of concern for the union, the Citizen adds.

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