Uwha Collective Bargaining Agreement

UWHA and UW Labor Relations (LR) met on Wednesday, March 11 for the 26th round of negotiations. The UWHA submitted counter-proposals in advance for Articles 1, 3, 6, 15, 16, 19, 23 and 25. You can read the highlights and view the package proposal. LR submitted a new proposal for Articles 2, 6, 23 and a subsidiary letter and agreement. Article 13 (Leave – various) was the subject of an interim agreement between the two parties. The parties recognize that residents who train for certain programs must call from home and report to these sites in just 20 minutes. Other residents have a risk or risk that requires short-term notification to a website. During their training program, all residents must present themselves on a short-term schedule. All residents receive a scholarship each year in recognition of this training obligation. The home call scholarship is effective from the 2017 academic year. It is paid in the first month of each academic year, with the exception of the first year of this agreement, during which it is paid during the first pay period after ratification.

The amount of the scholarship will be as follows: The next round of negotiations is scheduled for Wednesday, April 29, from 3pm to 7pm. UWHA welcomes all members to participate, please email admin@uwha.com if you wish to join. Article 25 (traffic), LR added language, parking spaces that agrees UWHA, and accepts the return to the language of the contract for parking at nights and weekends. The next round of negotiations is scheduled for Thursday, May 28 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. by zoom. UWHA welcomes all members to participate, please send admin@uwha.com until 9:00 am on May 26 if you wish to join. How can I apply for accommodation? A pregnant resident can apply for housing from the resident program director or by contacting the Office of Persons with Disabilities (DSO). At no time is the resident required to notify the need for housing or the underlying health status of his or her immeidate supervisor or university representative outside of DSO or Academic Human Resources (AHR). The Program Director, with or without the support of the DSO, will make good faith efforts to immediately implement the requested accommodations that are deemed appropriate.

Each attempt should be made by the resident to contact the program director and other residents about the occupant`s time in order to arrange call appointments and mitigate misunderstandings about the call and coverage plans. Residents who initially apply for accommodation through their program director are encouraged to contact DSO in case of disagreement or discrepancy regarding accommodation and accommodation. The parties can discuss the effectiveness of this section as an ongoing theme on the Housestaff Advisory Committee. Side Letter – Communication, LR removes the language that says only one email is allowed to a UW email. The UWHA acknowledged that it would sign an interim agreement on the letter. The next round of negotiations is scheduled to be zoomed in on Thursday, May 14 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.