Did you know you can view your collective agreement online at
What is a collective agreement?
Your collective agreement is a contract that describes the terms and conditions of employment for employees in your workplace, including the rights of employees and the obligations of the employer.
Every GSU member has a collective agreement. A copy of your collective agreement is available under the collective agreements tab on GSU's web page at
Answers to many employment-related questions can be found in your collective agreement
Salary and benefits are among the most obvious and important matters described in your collective agreement.
Collective agreements usually include clauses on working conditions such as hours of work and overtime, leave of absence provisions, vacations, general holidays, seniority, transfers, resignation, termination, protection against arbitrary disciplinary action, access to your personnel file, and much more.
Don't be shy! Contact your GSU staff rep with any questions you have about your collective agreement or problems in the workplace
Don't hesitate to contact an elected officer or your GSU staff rep if you need assistance with a workplace problem or if you would like help interpreting your collective agreement.
Staff reps can be reached toll-free at 1.866.522.6686 (Regina) or 1.855.384.7314 (Saskatoon). Additional contact information is available here.