Concordia staff launch petition against requirement to work on campus four days a week


A group of staff at Concordia University have launched a petition against the requirement to complete four on-campus days of work each week. Last week, almost 600 Concordia employees signed a petition that called for a “fair and flexible hybrid work model” that would include a guide for how much on-site work needs to be performed. Concordia spokesperson Vannina Maestracci said that the decision was made based on the desire to foster a vibrant campus experience for students, equity between staff members and faculties, “as well as ensuring that service to the community, particularly students, is not affected by remote work.”

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