Collective Bargaining 2019
Bargaining Update - August 6, 2019
Collective bargaining between SFU and the SFU Faculty Association (SFUFA) is currently on summer break and will recommence in September. SFU and SFUFA team members have been meeting since early May. Both parties continue to remain resolved to respectful collaboration, cooperation, and engagement throughout the current collective bargaining process.
Agreement has been reached on eight articles of the collective agreement, to-date. Out of respect for both parties, and in support of on-going collegial negotiations, details on this work, including progress made on other articles of the agreement, will not be shared at this time.
Thank you for your interest in this process and we encourage you to check-in monthly for future updates.
Guiding Principles and Challenges
The University and the SFU Faculty Association (SFUFA) are committed to providing an outstanding work environment in support of our shared pursuit of excellence. Both parties are resolved to respectful collaboration, cooperation and engagement throughout the current collective bargaining process.
The following principles and challenges articulated in the University’s Strategic Vision and Academic Plan guide and inform the University’s preparation of its proposals in this round of Collective Agreement negotiations:
Strategic Vision Principles
- Academic and Intellectual Freedom
- Respect for Indigenous Peoples and Cultures
- Supportive and Healthy Work Environment
Academic Plan Challenges
- Student Life, Learning and Success
- Academic Quality/Curriculum
- Bridging divides/Interdisciplinarity
- Faculty and Staff Renewal
Bargaining updates will be posted monthly.
Last updated: August 6, 2019