Our next block of strike action covers Tuesday 14, Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 February. Let's all play our part in putting Higher Education employers, including the University of Exeter, under renewed pressure now that UCEA (the national representative body negotiating on their behalf in the pay/working conditions dispute) has agreed to participate in a … Continue reading Exeter UCU strike action: 14, 15, 16 February
Exeter UCU strike action: Thursday 9th and Friday 10th February
PICKETINGEXETER: Pickets will run 8.00-11.00am at Streatham (Stocker Road entrance; Prince of Wales Road entrance; Thornlea main entrance) and 8.00-10.00am St Luke’s (Magdalen Road entrance).CORNWALL: A picket will run 8.00-10am on the Tremough Campus, Penryn (car drive entrance off Treliever Rd), coordinated with Falmouth UCU. TEACH-OUTS AND SOCIALSEXETER: events at Exeter Pheonix 1.00-4.45pm (Thursday) and … Continue reading Exeter UCU strike action: Thursday 9th and Friday 10th February
Exeter UCU strike action: Wednesday 1 February
This is the start of the next phase of UCU’s national campaign to secure a better future for everyone working and studying in UK Higher Education. We need to make sure that this first day of strike action in 2023 is as big as possible to remind employers that our national negotiators have the full … Continue reading Exeter UCU strike action: Wednesday 1 February
Why do we vote? by EUCU Committee members
Why is it so important to vote in the Four Fights and USS pensions ballots? Members of the Exeter UCU branch Committee give their thoughts as we enter the last 24/36/48 hours of voting (depending on how reliable you think Royal Mail is!)
Open Letter to the Vice-Chancellor on the latest developments in USS pensions scandal
The branch Committee have sent this open letter to our Vice-Chancellor calling for an urgent response to the latest official assessment of the USS pension scheme.
Proof that UCU is right on pensions – and our VC is wrong
The USS pensions scandal in numbers. If you have the stomach for it...
“Help! I’ve been downgraded”: the state of pay at Exeter
The Four Fights dispute includes a national UCU demand on staff pay: an increase to all spine points on the national pay scale of £2,500.* That sounds like quite a lot of money, so why do UCU (and this Exeter Branch) consider it to be an entirely reasonable request? Every Exeter UCU member can check … Continue reading “Help! I’ve been downgraded”: the state of pay at Exeter