The Regents of the University of Michigan
Graduate Employees Organization
American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO Local 3550
May 7, 2002 February 1, 2005
Upon written request from the Union, the University will provide the Union with information which is necessary for the purposes of collective bargaining and which does not require unreasonable collection efforts.
Postmarked by the fourth working day of each month, the University will provide to the Union, at no cost to the Union, a report of all employee appointments made prior to the generation of the report, the term of which appointments have not ended at the time of the generation of the report. The report shall include the following data elements in comma delimited format: employee last name, employee first name, UMID number, appointment FTE, actual compensation rate, appointment classification code, appointing department code, date of hire, appointment begin date, appointment end date, employee local address, employee local phone number, employee permanent address, employee permanent phone number, dues/fees auto-deduction status, citizenship status, race and sex.
By the fourth working day of each month, the above report will be sent via email as a file attachment to a message addressed to an e-mail address designated by the Financial Officer of the Union.
The University Payroll Office will additionally provide information concerning Dues and Fees deductions to the Graduate Employees Organization as specified in Article V, Section C.
The University shall provide the Union with a list(s) of employees which, at the request of the Union, would include any of the aforementioned and/or any additional existing data elements. Such a list(s), shall be available within fourteen (14) calendar days of a request by the Union, except for the first request for any specific list shall be available within fourteen (14) calendar days from completion of the computer program. The Union will pay the University's regular price for any such list(s) including, but not limited to, any computer programming.
Within fourteen (14) calendar days of a request by the Union, the University will provide the Union, at the University's regular price, standard, gummed mailing labels for each current employee. The set or sets of mailing labels will be in the following format:
City, State, Zip Code
Employing Unit Code
It is understood that any list(s) or mailing labels shall contain the most current data available in the Student Characteristics Database of the Registrar's Office.
It is understood that any report(s) or mailing labels shall contain the most current data available in the Human Resources Management System.
The Union shall retain all information in confidence and disclose only to those whose Union duties require them to have such information.
Section B. Salary Analysis
The University's annual publication, An Analysis of Salaries Paid to the University of Michigan Instructional Staff, shall include summary statistics of salaries paid to Graduate Student Instructors in each unit reported. The statistics shall include total head count of GSI's and the mean, median, minimum, maximum appointment fraction and salary paid to GSI's by each unit.
Section C. College Resources Analysis System (CRAS) Tables and Data
The University shall provide the Union at no cost to the Union, with a copy of the College Resources Analysis System (CRAS) tables and data. Such information for each term shall be available as soon as practicable, but not later than sixty-five (65) days from the start of the next term, provided the union has requested such information by the last day of classes of the term being requested.