To view a document or more information on a topic, simply click on the appropriate heading. Should a link be broken, please contact the Union office.
- Unit 1 Collective Agreement
- Unit 1 Welcome Letter
- Unit 1 Members Manual 2016
- Description of Duties and Allocation of Hours (DDAH) Form
- Workload Review Form
- U1 TA Training Request Form
- U1 Course Instructor Training Request Form
- Paystub Information
- Hiring Fact Sheet
- Guide to the Grievance Process
- Employment Insurance Guide
- Guide on Workplace Harassment
Click above to view a .pdf of the current Collective Agreement, covering the period of 1 May 2014 to 31 December 2017
A welcome letter from the Executive Committee to all Unit 1 members.
Information about CUPE 3902 and Unit 1.
A filled-out version of this form should be provided to you by your hiring Department before your appointment begins. Signing this form does not mean you agree with everything in it, merely that you’ve seen it. You can always dispute the way hours are allocated once you start work.
Members who have reason to believe that they may be unable to perform the duties specified in the job description within the hours outlined in the DDAH should fill out this form and submit it to their department.
Use this form to request 3 hours of training. For more information about the TA training available to members, please visit the TATP website.
First time CIs, use this form to request 6 hours of training. For more information about the CI training available to members, please visit the TATP website.
Click above for instructions on accessing your paystub.
A useful fact sheet on how hiring should work at UofT.
A pamphlet demystifying the grievance process for teaching assistants and sessional lecturers at the UofT. If you are experiencing work-related problems please read this pamphlet and contact us. Click above for more info.
A pamphlet to provide information on Employment Insurance (eligibility, how it works, etc.). NOTE: 2016-2017 guide coming soon!
This guide outlines what is harassment, and how the Local can help you.