How to connect to Zoom:
With COVID-19, all of our meetings have been moved online, using the virtual platform Zoom. Joining a meeting with Zoom is very simple – just press the link that is sent to you via email.
While you do not need to download Zoom for your computer, we encourage you to do so for a smoother experience. Download it here: Download Center – Zoom
You will usually receive a email that looks something like this:
Simply click the link to connect.
For more information, see the video below:
For more information about connecting, visit Joining a meeting – Zoom Help Center
The act sets out the rights and duties of all parties in the workplace, as well as the procedures for dealing with workplace hazards and for enforcement as needed.
The right to refuse unsafe work is one of the three basic health and safety rights achieved by the labour movement, along with the right to know about the hazards in your workplace, and the right to participate in workplace health and safety decisions. All workers have the legal right to a healthy and safe workplace that allows them to protect their own safety by refusing to perform work that they believe has the potential to harm themselves or others at the worksite.
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.
- Full-time and Part-time
- UofT Press Distribution Warehouse – Full Time
- UofT Press Distribution Warehouse – Part-Time
- UofT Press Retail – Part-Time
- Faculty Club (July 2019 – June 2022)
- 89 Chestnut (April 2018 – December 2020)
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.
Click here to be redirected to the University’s HR Service Centre, where you can sign in to find information on health and dental benefits as well as disability, life insurance, pension, child care, and more.
We also encourage all members to register online with the University’s benefits provider Green Shield, at greenshield.ca. This allows you to quickly and easily do things like submit claims online, check coverage, and see your claim history.
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.
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.