Collective Agreements

All current collective agreements with CUPE 3261 are available below in PDF.

If you have any questions about your collective agreement rights, please talk to your shop steward, or visit the contact page to get in touch with the Union executive. Extra physical copies of the collective agreement are typically available at the Union office for your personal use, or to keep in your workplace.

Employment Standards Act (ESA)

The Employment Standards Act (ESA) provides the minimum standards for most employees working in Ontario. It sets out the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers in most Ontario workplaces. 

If you would like to learn more about the Employment Standards Act (ESA), visit the website here. 


Below find CUPE 3261’s Bylaws in PDF. These Bylaws serve to protect the rights of all members — Full time/Part time, Casual, UofT Press and Faculty Club — and provide the framework for responsible governance of the Union.

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Follow the links below to access the University’s benefit pages for Full-time/Part-time, and 89 Chestnut unit members. The pages include information on health and dental benefits as well as disability, life insurance, pension, child care, and more.



Job postings

Find postings with CUPE 3261 at the link below:

Membership Seniority List

Follow the link below for a list of seniority dates for all active CUPE 3261 Full-time and Part-time members. As per our collective agreement, Part-Time hours are calculated at the rate of 2080 hours = 1 year of service.

If you believe the list contains an error, please feel free to get in touch with the union.


UofT Civil Conduct Guidelines

Click here for access the The University of Toronto’s “Human Resources Guideline on Civil Conduct.” 

The guideline sets out the expectations of the University regarding the standard of civil conduct that it trusts that all employees will maintain in their dealings with each other, and also describes what constitutes civil and uncivil conduct and sets out a general framework for staff members who are concerned that they have experienced such conduct.