1 Page 1 CONTRACT SETTLEMENT PACKAGE The University presents this contract settlement package covering all open issues, namely: 1. Health Insurance 2. Wages/Payroll (Stipends) 3. Tuition/Fee Waivers 4. Workload 5. Union Rights 6. Retirement Savings Plan 7. Vacation 8. Duration 9. Legislative Action 10. Titles/Classification
2 Page 2 Article Health Insurance 1. The parties recognize that during the academic year, GAs in the bargaining unit, together with substantially all other graduate students at the University, were required to have health insurance and were offered the opportunity to participate in a student health insurance plan provided by the University. The University subsidized the cost of such health insurance for GAs by paying a portion of the full cost of such health insurance so that the resulting cost borne by the GA for such insurance coverage was: (a) for an individual GA, $200 annually, $75 for fall semester only, or $125 for spring semester only; (b) for one dependent of the GA, in addition to the charge for the GA, $1,240 annually, $465 for fall semester only, or $775 for spring semester only; (c) for family (two or more dependents) of the GA, in addition to the charge for the GA, $1,622 annually, $608 for fall semester only, or $1,014 for spring semester only. 2. Contingent upon legislative authorization and the agreement of the Comptroller and the Office of Policy and Management (OPM), commencing with the academic year the University shall provide GAs with health insurance under the Connecticut Partnership Plan without the Health Enhancement Plan (HEP). (a) During the academic year, for such coverage for an individual GA, the University will pay $3,416 and the GA will pay $200 (or, if the Comptroller s total charge exceeds $3,616, the GA will pay the remainder of the premium); for such coverage for the GA and one dependent, the University will pay $5,900 and the GA will pay $1,440 (or, if the Comptroller s total charge exceeds $7,340, the GA will pay the remainder of the premium); and for such coverage for the GA and family, the University will pay $8,916 and the GA will pay $1,822 (or, if the Comptroller s total charge exceeds $10,738, the GA will pay the remainder of the premium). (b) During the and academic years, for such coverage for an individual GA, the University will pay 94.5% and the GA will pay 5.5% of the premium; for such coverage for the GA and one dependent or the GA and family, the University will pay 80% and the GA will pay 20% of the premium. 3. In the event the Comptroller or OPMlegislature does not authorize the University to provide health insurance to GAs under the Connecticut Partnership Plan, or the Comptroller does not agree to have the University do so, commencing with the academic year the University will offer GAs the opportunity to participate in a student health insurance plan
3 Page 3 provided by the University through a third-party insurer or through self-insurance with coverage and benefits reasonably equivalent to those of the Connecticut Partnership Plan without HEP. (a) During the academic year, for such coverage for an individual GA, the GA will pay $200 and the University will pay the remainder of the cost of coverage; for such coverage for the GA and one dependent, the GA will pay $1,440 and the University will pay the remainder of the cost of coverage; and for such coverage for the GA and family, the GA will pay $2,022 and the University will pay the remainder of the cost of coverage. (b) During the and academic years, for such coverage for an individual GA, the University will pay 94.5% and the GA will pay 5.5% of the premium or allocated self-insurance cost, whichever is applicable; for such coverage for the GA and one dependent or the GA and family, the University will pay 80% and the GA will pay 20% of the premium or allocated self-insurance cost, whichever is applicable. 4. The Union-Management Committee may consider issues concerning health insurance and its administration and make such recommendations as the Committee determines to be appropriate.
4 Page 4 [Wage Grids for each Contract Year to be Included in final version of contract] ARTICLE WAGES AND PAYROLL 1. The parties recognize that during the academic year, stipends were paid to GAs at the Beginner, Masters and PhD Candidate levels at the rates set forth below: LEVEL PERCENT EMPLOYED BIWEEKLY STIPEND STIPEND FOR FULL (TWO SEMESTER) ACADEMIC YEAR % $1, $20, Beginners (Pre-Masters) 75.00% $ $15, % $ $10, % $1, $22, % $ $16, Masters or Equivalent 50.00% $ $11, % $1, $24, % $ $18, PhD Candidate 50.00% $ $12, During the academic year, minimum stipends for GAs at the Beginner, Masters and PhD Candidate levels shall be increased by One Per Cent (1.0%). 3. During the academic year, minimum stipends for GAs at the Beginner, Masters and PhD Candidate levels shall be increased by Two and One-Half Per Cent (2.50%). 4. During the academic year, minimum stipends for GAs at the Beginner, Masters and PhD Candidate levels shall be increased by Two and One-Half Per Cent (2.50%). 5. A GA shall be appointed to the highest stipend level for which he or she is eligible based on degree standing at the start of the individual s appointment as a GA. GAs may be appointed to a higher level at the discretion of the University. If a GA becomes eligible for a higher level
5 Page 5 during an appointment, the higher stipend level shall become effective at the start of the next academic year. The University may appoint a GA to a combined teaching and research position. 6. Stipend rates established by this Agreement are minimums and do not restrict the University's right to provide a higher stipend, bonus or monetary award to a GA at the University s discretion. 7. The stipends established by this Article shall apply only during the time of appointment as a GA. Wages, hours and working conditions with respect to any work performed by an individual outside the term of his or her GA appointment, even if such work is similar or identical to work performed as a GA, shall not be subject to or covered by this Agreement.
6 Page 6 TUITION WAIVER The University shall grant remission or waiver of tuition for Graduate Assistants covered by this Agreement.
7 Page 7 Article Workload and Work Quality Section 1. The workload for a full-time graduate assistant shall be an average of twenty (20) hours per week during the term of the GA s appointment. Alternate percentage appointments will be directly proportional to the full-time appointment. Given the professional nature of GA assignments, the specific hours in any week may vary from the average according to the needs of the employing unit, but will not unreasonably exceed twenty (20) hours, or the pro-rata equivalent, in any given week. Section 2. While the parties recognize that the content of work assigned to a GA is a University prerogative, supervisors and departments shall not assign job duties that the GA cannot reasonably perform within the allotted workload hours. Section 3. A GA may request to take time off during academic break periods when classes are not in session. Such a request that is consistent with the deadlines and responsibilities of the GA s work shall not be unreasonably denied. Section 4. Any work assignment, including but not limited to, preparation work, training, orientation, required meetings, required conferences and required office hours, shall be included in the total workload for the period of the appointment, including duties that occur outside the academic semester. This shall not include obligations that are required of an individual graduate student as part of his or her academic program of study. Section 5. In the case of change of GA job assignment, any work completed in the original assignment will count toward the hour limit for the semester. Section 6. For GAs whose assignment exceeds the number of assigned hours, pursuant to Section 1 above, the University will (1) pay for additional hours already worked on a pro rata basis and reduce the GA s assignment so as not to exceed an average of 20 hours per week, or its pro-rata equivalent, for the remainder of the term of the GA s appointment; or (2) provide for assistance for the completion of ongoing additional work; or (3) with the consent of the GA, increase the workload specified in the appointment letter for a fractional appointment to include the additional hours of work and increase the GA's stipend commensurately; or implement another solution agreed upon by the University and the GA and Union. Section 7. If a GA contends that the GA s workload exceeds the maximum required by the GA s assignment, the GA shall first discuss this with the GA s faculty supervisor (or department head, as appropriate) in an effort to resolve the matter. A Union representative may participate in this discussion if the GA desires. Section 8. If the GA s concern is not resolved by the faculty supervisor or department head, the GA may submit a written Workload Review Request to the Dean of the Graduate School,
8 Page 8 specifying the reasons supporting the GA s claim. Within ten (10) days, the Dean of the Graduate School will respond in writing. Section 9. If the GA does not accept the decision of the Dean of the Graduate School, the Union may appeal it in the form of a grievance submitted directly to the arbitration step of the grievance and arbitration procedures of this Agreement.
9 Page 9 UNION RIGHTS Section 1. To the extent permitted by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the University shall provide the Union electronically with data about the bargaining unit as provided in this article. At the beginning of each semester, the University shall provide the Union electronically with the roster of the bargaining unit, including for each member: full name, employee identification number, appointment start date, appointment end date, job title, appointment type (teaching, research or teaching/research combination), percent appointment level, pay step (beginner, masters candidate, PhD candidate), bi-weekly stipend, work department or hiring unit, work location and department head. The University shall also the same data about members of the bargaining unit as it provides periodically to other unions at the University (specifically, Address and Address Changes, Job Title and Job Title Changes, Non- Workers Comp Leave Actions, New Hire Actions and Separations from Employment), and shall update the roster notify the Union at least bi-monthlymonthly of changes in such data. Section 2. The University will include in its template for GA offer letters a provision by which the GA consents to the disclosure of such information to the Union. Before implementing such language the University will provide it to the Union for review and comment. The Union agrees that it will not re-disclose in violation of FERPA any personally identifiable information from education records that it receives pursuant to this provision. Section 2. To the extent that it is available, within reasonable time limits the University shall supply to the Union information needed for collective bargaining, including information related to a grievance, and the Union shall provide such information to the University. Section 3. The Union may use the University mail service under the current policy for registered organizations. Pursuant to the policy, the Union understands that it shall pay the regular rate, that its materials may not interfere with other official University obligations, and that such materials shall be accompanied by a statement that they are not official publications of the University. Section 4. Following ratification and approval by the parties, the University shall publish the collective bargaining agreement on a designated website. Section 5. The Union may arrange for the use of University conference rooms and meeting space on the same basis as other unions recognized by the University. Section 6. The University shall notify newly appointed GAs of their membership in the bargaining unit and shall supply them with the link for the Union s website where they may access membership information and forms. Section 7. The Union shall furnish the University with a written list of the Union s officers and other authorized representatives and shall update the list when changes occur. The
10 Page 10 University shall deal with such individuals as representatives of the Union for purposes of investigating, presenting and settling grievances in accordance with the provisions of the collective bargaining agreement. Upon securing permission (such permission shall not be unreasonably delayed or denied) from a supervisor, the representative shall be permitted reasonable time to investigate, present and process grievances on University property during regular working hours. Such activities are not to disrupt University operations. Section 8. A reasonable number of Union representatives shall be permitted access to areas of the campus that are open to the general public for the purpose of communicating and meeting with GA s, provided that the Union does not disrupt the operations of the University.
11 Page 11 RETIREMENT SAVINGS PLAN This proposal is withdrawn by the Union.
12 Page 12 Article Vacations This proposal is withdrawn by the Union.
13 Page 13 Article Duration of Agreement This Agreement shall take effect upon the later of July 1, 2015 or legislative approval, and shall expire on June 30, Negotiations for the successor to this Agreement shall commence according to the timetable established by Section 5-276a(a) of the General Statutes. The request to commence negotiations shall be in writing, sent by the requesting party to the other party via certified mail.
14 Page 14 Article Legislative Action This Agreement shall require legislative approval in accordance with Section of the General Statutes in order to become effective. For future successor agreements, the cost items contained in such agreements and any provisions that are in conflict with any statute or any regulation of any state agency shall become effective in accordance with the procedures in Section If the Legislature rejects this Agreement, or any such successor agreement, the parties shall return to the bargaining table.
15 Page 15 TITLES AND CLASSIFICATIONS This proposal is withdrawn by the Union, inasmuch as it is included in the Wages article.
Page 1 CONTRACT SETTLEMENT PACKAGE The University presents this contract settlement package covering all open issues, namely: 1. Health Insurance 2. Wages/Payroll (Stipends) 3. Tuition/Fee Waivers 4. Workload
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