Workload & Standard Workload Forms (SWFs) 

Your SWF or Standard Workload Form is a document that is used to calculate and credit faculty for teaching and related activities each term.  The courses, sections should all match your timetable.  Looking at the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) portion of the website for some common questions related to workload.

The maximum SWF total workload hours per week per professor is 44 hours.

Anything not listed on the SWF is voluntary and is not required as part of your employment.  This includes activities such as open houses, all faculty mandatory meetings, orientations, APRs and MPRs.

 

If you are assigned work by a supervisor, it should be recognized on a SWF.

Overtime is completely voluntary, if you don't want to work overtime, you don't have to agree to it. Working within our 44 hours allows for more teaching positions or more hours for part-time, sessional and partial-load faculty. 

Here is everything you need to know about SWFs Standard Workload Forms.

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Matching SWFs to Timetables

 

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Customize this form to formalize the duties you are able to complete in the time given for coordinator duties. 

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Find out more about the time you are not scheduled to teach.

 

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Overtime

Overtime is completely voluntary.  You don't need to agree to overtime.

What you need to know about this agreement

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Use the Excel SWF template to verify that the factors on your SWF are accurate.

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What happens when I check the second box?

 

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 May/June SWFs or what happens in May & June without a SWF

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