“It is a mystery to me how turning good jobs into lower paid part-time jobs is supposed to improve the delivery of quality education,” said OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas.
"Thank you for honouring some of the issues we all care so much about with your time and with your words." - James Clancy, NUPGE National President.
We can't tackle the problem of growing income inequality if we are systematically tieing the hands of students, forcing them into a life of debt and poverty. What kind of national strategy is that?" — James Clancy, NUPGE National President.
If you have concerns about your experience at a private career school, you can share your concerns with the Ombudsperson through this online questionnaire. The deadline to provide input is June 20.
Negotiations are over for instructors at five B.C. colleges. New contract contains improvements to wages and benefits.
Two years of negotiations resulting wage increases and some market adjustments for professors.
Ratification of tentative agreement will take place on April 2.
USB professors continue to try to reach a settlement until strike date.