Volume 27, Issue 5 May 2017 Janet Porter, Chief Steward, OPSEU Local 562 Part-time faculty have no health benefits during their employment at Humber. None. Zippo. Nada. Partial-load …
Volume 27, Issue 5 May 2017 pearline lung, 2nd vice president, OPSEU Local 562 Planning a staycation this summer? Need some fun ideas? Want to save some money? Don’t …
Volume 27, Issue 4 April 2017 Bob bolf, president Bill C-27, An Act to amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985, was quietly introduced in the House of Commons …
The following newsletter comes from the Joint Insurance Committee (“JIC”) and describes a successful defense of employee benefits in Canada. Any faculty member who has been denied a claim by the college’s insurer under the Extended Health, Dental, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance plans will also find useful information in this newsletter.
Sun Life no longer recognizes services by osteopathic providers registered with the following associations: Ontario Osteopathic and Alternative Medicine Association (OOAMA),
Société des Ostéopathes du Québec (SOQ), and Society of Osteopaths of Canada (SOC). Any treatment and claims from these associations must be received by Sunlife by April 15, 2017.
Information from OPSEU for new partial-load members (2008 edition).
Welcome to all partial-load faculty. Find out more about your contract rights!
Special Benefit Bulletin from the union members of the CAAT Academic Joint Insurance Committee regarding partial-load benefits (2013)
SUNLIFE – The most recent benefits booklet for partial-load faculty (2015):
Learn more about tuition assistance programs for you and your family.
An employee in the bargaining unit may take, for a tuition fee of not more than $20 per course that is (i) ministry funded or (ii) other programs or courses …
Information for Partial-Load Faculty on how to join the CAAT Pension Plan (last updated: 2017)
All bargaining unit members pay dues, so why not reap the benefits as well? Find out the benefits of signing your union membership card.