This academic policy is defined in accordance with the applicable provisions of the collective agreements between the Minnesota State Colleges (MnSCU) and the directives of the IFO and MnSCU Board of Directors. The Independent Fiscal Office (IFO) has published a cost analysis of the collective agreement between the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Local 668 Unemployment Compensation (UC) Réfeeses der Service Employees International Union (SEIU). The IFO is the national leader in the protection and promotion of faculty rights. The IFO/Minnesota State collective agreement ensures the bargaining unit and faculty`s participation in the recruitment, tenure, promotion and curriculum decisions. Below is a link to the current IFO contract, links to each chapter and a form to submit questions about your protection under the IFO contract. This procedure does not replace other federal laws, rules and regulations, other academic directives and procedures, or collective agreements and plans. This procedure is only used for the recruitment, screening and selection of IFO positions. It does not deal with the IFO`s wage intermediation procedure. This letter contains an analysis of the tax impact of the collective agreement between the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA), non-tenured Teachers Unit. This PDF is the official text of this policy.
If there are inconsistencies between the text of the HTML version (bottom right) and the text in the PDF file, the PDF file is considered correct and overwriting. The language that articulates the PDP and RDP processes makes it clear that the Dean`s comments go back to the faculty member and not to the chairs and that the comments are kept in a faculty member`s personal file. The faculty is compensated for the care of students during a teach-out for suspensions or closures of programs. Starting with FY21, reimbursement rates for meals and accommodation expenses incurred for Professional Study and Travel are reimbursed at higher rates set by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) for travel to the United States and by the Department of Defense for travel outside the United States. . . .