Suspend Senior Management Bonuses, restructure top salaries, and scrap “Above and Beyond”
The negotiating team is meeting with management on a weekly basis, therefore, we would be really grateful if you could respond as soon as possible to these proposals, so that we are able to represent member’s views and ensure these are captured in any collective agreement reached.
We have joined forces to ensure that all possible measures are in place to make our return to Campus as safe as possible, in order to look after the health and safety of all staff, students and visitors.
Please feel free to contact us to contribute any additional thoughts or feedback. This would be very helpful to guide the branch in raising issues and in ways of resisting unhelpful changes in the forthcoming period.
We stand with all of our black colleagues and the student community, in the fight against all forms of racism in the HE system.
demonstrate the need for greater discussion and – crucially – action regarding casualisation during COVID19 at the Univeristy of Exeter.
We want to know how Exeter’s plans to cut hourly-paid and fixed-term staff might impact student experience, staff workloads & the ability of casualised workers to cope with and to move beyond the current crisis.