Bargaining

 

Kevin Boehmer  |  CORFA Chief Bargainer | [email protected]

Kevin and his team consisting of Joan Kaun, Larry Maki and Caley Ehnes are working hard for CORFA this bargaining year.

When you see us around the campus be sure to say hi!

Meet your Bargaining Team

Kevin Boehmer | Chief Bargainer chiefbargainer@corfa.org
Kevin Boehmer | Chief Bargainer [email protected]
Joan Kaun [email protected]
Larry Maki
Caley Ehnes

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DID YOU KNOW THAT 2022/2023 IS A “BARGAINING YEAR?” THIS MEANS THAT THE CURRENT COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE COLLEGE OF THE ROCKIES AND THE COLLEGE OF THE ROCKIES FACULTY ASSOCIATION (CORFA) HAS EXPIRED AND THE BARGAINING TEAM WILL CONTINUE TO MEET REGULARLY AND PREPARE FOR NEGATIONS THIS FALL. 

If you have any questions please contact Kevin Boehmer at [email protected]  

 

Latest Bargaining Update

September, 2022

Kevin Boehmer, Chief Bargainer

 

 

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Bargaining Update: May 2022

Have a Question for the Bargaining Team?

How does Collective Bargaining work?
Every contract has a term. As the end of the contract approaches, CORFA's bargaining committee will ask for your input on what needs to change in the agreement.
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The bargaining committee will begin negotiations with the employer. You won't get verbatim reports of what happens at the bargaining table but you will get updates on progress.
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When CORFA and COTR reach a tentive agreement, members are asked to vote on whether to accept (ratify) the agreement or reject it. If the parties can't agree, you may be asked to participate in a strike vote.
Did you know?
Over 98% of all contract negotiatoins in Canada are settled without a strike. Strikes only happen when there are no other options left.
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