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!)
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.
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The ballot is now open for UCU members nationwide in the ongoing Four Fights dispute over casualisation, workload, pay and equality in the HE workplace. Let's focus on the first of those areas: casualisation. Casualisation remains a serious problem at the University of Exeter, despite some hard-fought victories in recent years by the Exeter UCU … Continue reading Casualisation at UoE is still a serious problem, so what can Exeter UCU members do about it?
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On Monday 18 October the ballot opens for nationwide UCU industrial action over two disputes: USS pensions and the Four Fights (pay, pay inequality, workloads and casualisation). The ballot runs until Thursday 4 November. This post will focus on some important practical information for members. Information to help inform you about these disputes will appear … Continue reading Ballot on Industrial Action: Practical information for UCU members