This excellent and rigorous letter questions the methodology and assumptions of the valuation that will lead to unacceptable increases in contributions.
We are asking the University to adopt a formal policy to allow flexible working and reduced workload hours for parents/carers as a matter of urgency, and that the general workload issues are properly addressed, also as a matter of urgency.
One-click survey results of Exeter UCU members: 91% Yes, I frequently have to work above the hours I am supposed to according to the workload planning model.6% No, the workload planning model is about right.3% Maybe (in case you would like to respond to the poll but do not feel able to answer yes or … Continue reading Feedback from UCU members on workload and the impact of the new workload policy – January 2021
for confirmation at next Branch Meeting
Briefing letter giving some context and additional information about the timeline and actions surrounding these “consultations”.
Dear Imelda, Please find below the link to one of the two branch motions voted yesterday during the Extra-Ordinary Meeting: https://exeterucu.wordpress.com/2020/12/09/the-threat-of-redundancies-union-strategy-and-communication/ We are asked to release the revised policy and procedures on redundancy/restructuring to all members within 24 hours of this meeting’s conclusion (i.e. today by 4pm), and we are asked to issue a briefing … Continue reading Letter to Director of HR: Motions passed at UCU Extra-Ordinary General Meeting
EUCU Branch Motion (EOGM)