Sfu General Privacy And Confidentiality Agreement

(b) informal interviews between persons who, in the case that leads to a disagreement, such as. B a faculty member and a president and their respective representatives or support members, must normally commence within ten (ten) working days from the date on which the act or omission that is beginning was known or should reasonably have been brought to the attention of the parties concerned. Informal regulatory efforts should not be inappropriately prolonged. (i) The negotiators undertake without delay to appoint an arbitrator by mutual agreement from the list of arbitrators or mediators referred to in point 8.3.2 and, if the parties are unable to agree on a specific arbitrator, the arbitrator shall be drawn by lot from the list of arbitrators referred to in point 8.3.2; (c) Each Party shall pay half of the costs and expenses of a mediator or arbitrator who is to act in accordance with this Agreement. (a) The parties agree to do everything in their power to facilitate the settlement of disputes informally, amicably and without delay. (a) If, during the negotiation period, the parties find that they do not reach an agreement without assistance, they may agree to have a mediator from the list referred to in point 8.3.2. In the event that the parties are unable to agree on a particular mediator, the Mediator will be drawn by lot. Before having access to personal or confidential/sensitive information from UBC, individuals who are not employed by UBC must agree to protect all information they may access and to comply with B.C`s privacy laws. To do this, they must sign a Security and Confidentiality Agreement (SACA) or any other agreement with equivalent requirements. After the date of this Agreement, the University may not enter into any agreement with a single member or group of members of the bargaining unit that replaces or violates the terms of the Agreement.

14.2 Amendments to the Agreement and amendments to this Agreement may be made at any time by agreement of the Parties. They shall be subject to the same authorisation procedure as the agreement. “Lockout” means the closure of the university or one of its institutions, the suspension of the work of bargaining unit members, or the refusal to continue to employ a certain number of bargaining unit members in order to compel the federation or bargaining unit members to accept the terms of an agreement. The head of the academic or administrative unit responsible for monitoring the contractor or accessing information must ensure that the SACA is completed and signed by the contractor and must keep a copy of this agreement. . . .