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ERIC Number: ED127002
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: 0
Collective Bargaining in Public Community Colleges; A Survey of Relevant Contract Provisions from 84 Professional Contracts Covering 120 Institutions.
Massachusetts State Board of Regional Community Colleges, Boston.
This study was undertaken in an effort to provide community college administrators with a resource tool from which they may readily obtain comparative data on current negotiated contract provisions at other institutions. The report is the first in a projected series of nationwide studies conducted by the Massachusetts State Board of Regional Community Colleges and includes relevant provisions from 84 public community college contracts affecting faculty and certain other professional employees. Data in the report were compiled from contracts on file and therefore may not reflect current practice at a particular institution. Contract provisions selected for comparison include: employee unit definition; management positions specifically excluded from bargaining unit; general contract provisions; work load provisions affecting full-time faculty; provisions affecting chairmen; promotion and tenure policies; definition of grievance; summary of grievance provisions; arbitration provisions in grievance procedure; management rights; union privileges; full-time faculty salary ranges; summer, evening, and overload provisions; insurance and related benefit provisions reported; sabbatical leave provisions; and leave provisions reported. (JDS)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Massachusetts State Board of Regional Community Colleges, Boston.
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