After careful consideration of the recent developments and the recommendations of public health officials, the APUO offices will be closed between Tuesday, March 17 and Friday, April 3. During this exceptional closure, APUO employees will work from home while offering services online (email or virtual meetings) or over the phone.
If you have any questions, please send them by email to email@example.com. We are also checking voicemails several times a day everyday, do not hesitate to call us with your inquiries at (613) 230-3659.
APUO is both a professional association and a union, certified in 1976 under the Ontario Labour Relations Act.
It is the exclusive bargaining agent for the 1250 employees in the bargaining unit which it represents. The unit includes professors (other than visiting professors), language teachers, counsellors, librarians, and certain research fellows.
COVID-19: Update and Recommendations, March 23, 2020
March 24, 2020
Dear members, This bulletin provides an update on the status of the negotiations of letters of understanding with the Central Administration and makes recommendations for the Winter and Spring/Summer semesters. Letters of Understanding Since March 17, the APUO has proposed six letters of understanding to the Central Administration on the following issues: Teaching and learning conditions for the remainder of the 2020 Winter semester. Student course evaluations for the Winter 2020 semester: the APUO demands that the course evaluation…