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Salary Scales

A regular teacher's salary is a function of scholarity (the number of years of
education recognized as completed), experience (both previous work experience
and years of service teaching at John Abbott) and the degrees obtained
(whether you have a masters or doctoral degree). The original salary scales
(before the pay equity adjustments) for 2010-2011 to 2014-2015 are published
in Appendix VI-1, on page 314 of our collective agreement. Rates for
hourly-paid teaching (e.g. ContEd, summer courses or suppléance) are set
according to scholarity alone (see page 315).

FNEEQ and our employer's negotiating committee (the CPNC) recently signed a
letter of agreement, adjusting our salary scales to match the changes to the
primary and secondary school teachers salary scale (equivalent to levels 1-17
on our scale) due to pay equity. At John Abbott, the new scales came into
effect as of the September 1, 2011 pay period, but were retroactive to
December 31, 2010.

In December 2012, in accordance to clause 6-4.04 of our collective agreement,
our salary scales were increased by 0.5%. The change is retroactive to June 1
for the annual salaries, and to April 1 for the hourly rates.

For our revised annual salary scales from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015, click here.

For hourly rates paid for suppléance, in ContEd and Summer School, click here.


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Last update: December 14, 2012 [ap]