Uno Collective Bargaining Agreement

University Archives File Cabinet Collection (University of Nebraska at Omaha Records), UN-0005. University of Nebraska at Omaha Archives & Special Collections. This collection includes organizational records from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and its predecessors, the Municipal University of Omaha and the University of Omaha, which date from the institution`s inception in 1908 to the present day. Records come from many universities, schools, departments, offices, committees, faculty and human resources bodies, student and academic organizations. Documents include publications, event programmes, conference materials, promotional material, meeting minutes, correspondence, budget information, internal reports, guidelines, architectural drawings, photos and various recordings from different UN and UN groups, or with regard to the UN, buildings, events and academic programmes. The collective agreement (CBA) is better known as a “contract” and sets out working conditions for all full-time FACULTIES of the UN. The faculty should know its contract and know its rights and duties. Specific questions about the contract can be put to the group management, and in particular to the complaints manager, Angie Eikenberry. Classified into thematic categories and subcategories of Cynthia Taylor`s design. New materials are transferred irregularly to the Criss Library. The treaty deals with a workload policy that was reviewed cooperatively by the UN-AAUP and the UN administration in 2016. It is intended to facilitate appropriate interpretation by each academic unit of the university.

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The documents come from a large number of United Nations offices, departments and organizations and have entered the academic archives through a large number of channels. . The researcher assumes full responsibility for compliance with copyright laws. Where possible, Archives & Special Collections will provide information about copyright holders and related information. Obtaining permission to publish or use material is the responsibility of the researcher. Note that all applicable copyrights may be owned by another person or entity, unless they have been explicitly transferred to the University of Nebraska at Omaha. For more information on the Copyright Directive, see libguides.unomaha.edu/library_policies. Edited by Les Valentine, university archivist, since 2013. Edited by Cynthia Taylor, archival assistant, 1980-2012.

The structure of the file is from Cynthia`s invention….

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