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Compensation committee series
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- University of Calgary. Board of Governors
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.07 m of textual records
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In September 1982, there was a re-organization of Board committees. At that time, the current terms of reference for the Personnel Relations Committee were rescinded, and new terms of reference were approved for the Compensation Committee. The terms of reference for the Compensation Committee were: a) Reviews and makes recommendations concerning policies governing the employment of all University staff and the graduate assistantship schedule; b) Recommends to the Board on the matter of appointment of an arbitrator and/or arbitration panel; and c) Maintains a watching brief on provincial and federal legislation related to labour matters and advises the Board as requested. In March 1983, the name of the Compensation Committee was changed to the Personnel Policy Committee.
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The series consists of minutes and agendas.
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- The material is in English.
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Administrative records of The University of Calgary are restricted for a period of twenty-five years. Access requires permission from the originating office. All records must be screened for personal use.