I. Changes to Constitution and Bylaws
II. Tentative Agreements
- Evaluation Forms: The Instructional, Dean, and Student Evaluation forms have been updated. The student evaluation form has been revised to be more student-centered.
- Online Office Hours: This change allows 50% of office hours to be synchronous instead of 100%. This does not need to be regularly scheduled. Other office hours can be asynchronous.
- CMC Faculty Coordinator Position: A lead faculty coordinator will be assigned to CMC and paid a stipend each semester.
- Evaluation of Reassigned Time Functions: This was revised to update The North County Campus Coordinator position (formerly Cluster Coordinator) due to the recent cluster reorganization.
- NCC Coordinator Selection Procedure: The NCC Coordinator Selection Procedure was revised to reflect the recent cluster reorganization.
- Professional Development Coordinator Reassigned Time: 0.2 FTE reassigned time will be designated for the Professional Development Coordinator position.
- Delay Negotiations for Articles 4 and 5: The work hours for Service Faculty (Article 5) and retiree fringe benefit (Article 4) both need more time for CCFT to research and negotiate terms.
- Compensation: This includes three items: 1.) A one-time payment of 36 hours at D9 rate for a total of $3226.00 in recognition of the extra work by faculty in supporting students during the pandemic. Temporary faculty and regular faculty on reduced load will receive a prorated amount based on their load in the 2020-2021 academic year, minimum of $300/semester. 2.) Increase in fringe benefit for both regular and temporary faculty for employee only, two-party, and family rates. Effective July 1, 2021, part-time faculty with a load between 50 and 74% will receive 60% of the full-time fringe benefit of the enrolled plan. 3.) Cost of Living Allowance if 1.5% or greater is approved in the Governor’s final state budget.