In case you are in any doubt about the need for sustained action on pay, you may find the table below and attached graph illuminating. Both illustrate that unless we take industrial action, the pay awards we receive are well below inflation. In the table you can see pay awards compared to inflation for the … Continue reading Why strike action is necessary
During the 2-hour strike today (Tuesday 28th Jan) the branch will launch its new strategy - a guide to how we will orient our campaigning and representational roles at the University. If you are a UCU member,please join the strike and come to the launch in the Forum at 2pm. Exeter 2020 The other main … Continue reading 2nd 2-hour strike today + launch of Exeter branch strategy
Members left work for 2 hours in support of a campaign for fair pay. Here are some before setting off to the Branch gathering at the Clock Tower. If the employers agree to negotiate, we won;t have to do it again.
Here is some new course material supplied by the TUC which can be used with students. (probably 1st years). There is material covering a broad subject range which may be suitable to use as part of existing course, but especially if you want to give some background to the current activism. There is also more … Continue reading Teaching your students about rights at work?
The first 2-hour strike in furthering the action in our current pay dispute will take place this Thursday, 23 January, from 11am – 1pm. Please support this action by withdrawing from work for those 2 hours. It is important that you stop working and do not, for example, still answer emails, as the latter might … Continue reading Thursday 23rd January: strike arrangements
￼￼￼Staff Wellbeing at the University of Exeter Dear UCU Member, 13th January, 2013 ￼In 2012 the University set up a Staff Survey Task and Finish Group under the leadership of Professor Nicki Britten to report on issues of staff wellbeing. The report has been widely distributed including to University Council and is available to staff. … Continue reading Have things improved since the last staff survey?