Library Scheduling Survey

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During collective bargaining negotiations in 2020, CUPE Local 1833 and the City signed a letter of agreement to strike a Joint Union/Management Scheduling Committee. The purpose of the Library Scheduling Committee is to discuss and develop principles of scheduling to address concerns. The Committee will review existing scheduling procedures and collect relevant information to identify solutions to challenges.

The Committee is comprised of 6 representatives - 3 CUPE Local 1833 members, the Library CEO/Manager, the Manager of Library Services and the Labour Relations Coordinator.

The Scheduling Committee would like to hear from you! We would like to know what is working well in our current part-time scheduling process as well as what changes are desired. The committee is looking for common themes as an outcome from the responses. We are aware that everyone’s needs may not be met, but our goal is a consistent scheduling process. The results from this survey will be used to affect change in the scheduling process.

To protect confidentiality, Human Resources has agreed to compile the results.

The link to access the survey is below. The deadline to respond is Friday, August 13, 2021.

Recommendations and further updates regarding the Scheduling Committee's work will be provided in the coming months.

During collective bargaining negotiations in 2020, CUPE Local 1833 and the City signed a letter of agreement to strike a Joint Union/Management Scheduling Committee. The purpose of the Library Scheduling Committee is to discuss and develop principles of scheduling to address concerns. The Committee will review existing scheduling procedures and collect relevant information to identify solutions to challenges.

The Committee is comprised of 6 representatives - 3 CUPE Local 1833 members, the Library CEO/Manager, the Manager of Library Services and the Labour Relations Coordinator.

The Scheduling Committee would like to hear from you! We would like to know what is working well in our current part-time scheduling process as well as what changes are desired. The committee is looking for common themes as an outcome from the responses. We are aware that everyone’s needs may not be met, but our goal is a consistent scheduling process. The results from this survey will be used to affect change in the scheduling process.

To protect confidentiality, Human Resources has agreed to compile the results.

The link to access the survey is below. The deadline to respond is Friday, August 13, 2021.

Recommendations and further updates regarding the Scheduling Committee's work will be provided in the coming months.