The Saco-S Association at Linnaeus University is a local collaboration body for all unions within Saco-S. The association negotiates for members at the university. Many of the 21 unions within Saco-S are represented at the university. The Swedish Association of University Teachers and Researchers (SULF) has the most members of these unions and therefore constitutes the contact association at Linnaeus University. The fact that SULF is a contact union means that they assist the university's Saco-S association in its day-to-day work by being responsible for ensuring that union trade union representatives have good union training and access to specialized expertise in, for example, labor and contract law. SULF has centrally appointed a contact ombudsman for the university, which contributes a large part of this support.
Published: Tuesday 5 May 2020
Last updated: Tuesday 5 May 2020
What does the Saco-S Association do at Linnaeus University?
The Saco-S Association works for the interests of its members in, among others, the following areas:
- Salary review
- Working hours (for teachers and TA staff)
- Work environment and labor law
- Codetermination negotiations and faculty collaboration
- Monitoring of comprehensive issues in the University's activities that affect the interests of the Saco-S Association and its members
What does the Saco-S Association do for the individual member?
Representatives of the Saco-S Association may also:
- Provide advice, support and information about your employment
- Assist or represent you in meetings with the employer