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MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
Employment Equity/Procedures Assessors
Recognizing the importance of Employment Equity/Procedures Assessors to the appointments and renewal, promotion and tenure processes, the University agrees that within six months of the ratification of this agreement, the Provost will introduce a motion at Senate to amend Senate Bylaw 23 specifically recognizing the contribution of Employment Equity/Procedures Assessors as service to AAUs and the University. It is understood that this motion will not be part of any other motion regarding Senate Bylaw 23.
Subject to statutory requirements, the University shall have the right to use any funding excess in the pension surplus to set off the total sum of any additional contributions it was required to make at any time following the next valuation of the pension fund in order to cover any funding deficit in the plan, less amounts previously repaid, if any, under this clause. If there is a funding excess and if there is no set off cost or if there is a funding excess remaining after the payment of set off costs, the parties reserve the right to negotiate the terms and conditions that shall govern the disbursement of the funding excess of the University of Windsor Retirement Plan for Faculty and Certain Employees as determined by the Plan's Actuary.
1. On the signing of this Agreement, the parties undertake to establish a Joint Committee by July 1, 2009 to:
(a) consider the introduction of Instructor positions whose primary responsibilities include teaching, facilitating curriculum reform and enhancing opportunities for faculty research intensity,
(b) consider the basis and conditions upon which sessional lecturers, and sessional instructors who teach on average over a defined period of time four (4) or more courses may be considered for or converted to appointment as an Instructor at an appropriate rank with or without permanence, and
(c) consider a University wide maximum number of instructor positions.
2. The Joint Committee shall be composed of six (6) members, three (3) to be appointed by the Faculty Association and three (3) to be appointed by the President of the University, with the chair to alternate from meeting to meeting between co-chairs appointed by each of the parties.
3. The Joint Committee will consider and make recommendations regarding the appropriateness and feasibility of implementing Instructor positions in all or some AAUs, after consultation with the various AAUs and others regarding their interest in Instructor positions in light of their particular circumstances, needs and plans.
4. It is agreed that the Joint Committee will conclude and submit its review and recommendations to the President of the University and the Executive Committee of the WUFA by August 31, 2010.
Windsor Salary Standard
1. On the signing of this Agreement, the parties undertake to establish a Joint Committee by July 1, 2009 to review and make recommendations for the next round of bargaining with respect to which universities should be included within the definition of “the Ontario Universities” in Article P or any successor article.
2. For the duration of this agreement the parties agree that “the Ontario Universities” shall be Brock, Carleton, Guelph, Lakehead, Laurentian, McMaster, Ottawa, Queen’s, Toronto, Trent, Waterloo, Western Ontario, Wilfred Laurier, Windsor and York.
3. The Joint Committee shall be composed of six (6) members, three (3) to be appointed by the WUFA and three (3) to be appointed by the President of the University, with the chair to alternate from meeting to meeting between co-chairs appointed by each of the parties from among the members.
4.The committee shall report in writing to the Executive Committee of the WUFA and to the President of the University by January 31, 2011.