Unions at McGill

As of this year most employees at McGill have been unionized. There are several different unions representing the many employees at the university, who all work together to build a safe and happy workplace. If you have more than one job at McGill it is possible that you are in more than one union.

Many of McGill’s unions work together through the Inter-Union Council. You can find out more about the Inter-Union Council on their website by clicking here!

The Association of Graduate Students Employed at McGill represents three bargaining units: Teaching Assistants, Invigilators, and Course Lecturers. Each of these bargaining units has its own collective agreement. For more information please visit AGSEM’s website at www.agsem-aeedem.ca.


The Association of McGill University Research Employees represents all Research Assistants and Research Associates at McGill. For more information visit their website at http://www.aerum-amure.ca/.


The McGill University Non-Academic Certified Association (MUNACA) is the union representing all full time non academic employees at McGill. In many cases casual employees work with MUNACA members. For more information visit their website at www.munaca.com.

mcliu_website_wide copyThe McGill Course Lecturers and Instructors Union (MCLIU) represents all course lecturers and instructors working at McGill University in the past year. Please visit their website for more information: http://mcliu.ca/


The Service Employees International Union represents all trade employees at McGill. For more information please visit their website at www.seiu.org.