Friday, December 30, 2016

Back to bargaining for Cape Breton University, Canada

Back to bargaining for Cape Breton University, faculty
Layoff clause is the key issue for the university's faculty association

By George Mortimer

Cape Breton University and the faculty association representing about 150 members are working to avoid a potential strike by heading back to the bargaining table next week.

The faculty association has been in a legal strike or lockout position since Monday following the filing of a report by conciliator Peter Lloyd and the expiration of a 14-day cooling-off period.

The association represents a variety of staff including librarians, research chairs and professors, among others.


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