Economic Benefits Committee

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1.6.2.4 Economic Benefits Committee

The Economic Benefits Committee, established in 1974, is responsible for research and review of all economic benefit programs for members of the academic staff and may recommend changes to Council.

Council may then authorize forwarding the recommendations to the joint Administration–Association Academic Benefits Management Committee (ABMC).

The Academic Benefits Management Committee is created in the Academic Staff Collective Agreement, Appendix F of the Faculty Agreement (reproduced in Appendix 2.2), and is in force for the duration of the collective agreement. The ABMC reports to the Administration and to AASUA. The chair of the Economic Benefits Committee is normally also co-chair of the Academic Benefits Management Committee.

At the AASUA Council meeting of October 27, 2016, Council voted to abolish the Economic Benefits Committee.

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