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The UCU branch is preparing to strike. Struggle across the board. Each of these disputes demonstrates the building anger among workers in higher education. Last year's strikes failed to produce a decisive victory. Combined with the pressures of the pandemic, this led to moods of demoralisation and fatigue. Brighton UCU Members' Meeting, 16 February 2022. Brighton UCU February 18, 2022 Motion Voting Results No Comment. MOTIONS 1: Creation of GTAs Brighton UCU notes The University's proposal to turn PGRs who teach into GTAs at Grade 6. The lowest grade for lecturing at UoB is Grade... Continue Reading ». More than 1 million students at 68 UK universities are to be hit by further strike action by members of the University and College Union (UCU), with up to 10 days of campus walkouts starting on. Jul 26, 2021 · UCU announced a further 10 days of strike action as follows: 5 days' strike action from 14 - 18 February 2022 (inclusive) in respect of the USS dispute. 2 days' action on 21 and 22 February 2022 in respect of both the USS dispute and the pay dispute. 3 days' strike action on 28 February, 1 and 2 March 2022 UCU announced a further 10. Cleaners and the UCU strike. 5. 1. Now live streaming the open meeting with KCL Vice Chancellor Ed Byrne and members of his senior team organised by the students occupying the JCMB. Members of the university council, the executive members of the KCL UCU beanch, Unison, KCL Justice 4 Cleaners, lecturers, staff and students are in attendance. UCU, which represents over 120,000 academics and support staff, says universities needed to "urgently revoke the pension cuts and return to the negotiating table to avoid strike action." UCU general secretary Jo Grady is calling on universities to end "needless" pension cuts, adding that avoiding strike action was "the outcome staff. Tuesday 25 February, 6pm Tudor Room, Imperial Hotel, 61 Russell Sq, London WC1B 5BB Camden Nearest tube: Euston / Russell Sq / King's Cross St Pancras -. More than 1 million students at 68 UK universities are to be hit by further strike action by members of the University and College Union (UCU), with up to 10 days of campus walkouts starting on.

Statement from Newcastle University UCU branch In the last number of weeks we have heard of the worrying rise in anti-Asian and Sinophobic attacks, namely in Atlanta in the US, where six Asian women were brutally murdered. The University and College Union (UCU) has announced plans for further industrial action in February and March 2022, including strike and action short of strike, which may affect your studies. The University and College Union (UCU) has announced plans for industrial action which will take place in February and again in March in a number of. Tuesday 25 February, 6pm Tudor Room, Imperial Hotel, 61 Russell Sq, London WC1B 5BB Camden Nearest tube: Euston / Russell Sq / King's Cross St Pancras -. As many students and colleagues will be aware, the University and College Union ( UCU ) announced on 29 January that its members had voted to strike in response to proposed changes to the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) pension scheme. This action will begin on Thursday 22 February for a four-week period. Thursday 22 and Friday 23 February. Raj Jethwa, chief executive of UCEA (Universities and Colleges Employers Association), which represents 146 employers in pay negotiations , said the decision to cut pay for staff carrying out action short of a strike was a "direct recommendation" from his organisation to employers. ... — UCU (@ucu) February 10, 2022</b>. Members of Goldsmiths UCU are currently undertaking a marking and assessment boycott, following 37 days of strike action, in opposition to managements ‘recovery plan’ – involving swinging job cuts to valuable staff, the erasure of major subject areas and a fire-and-rehire “restructure” in professional services. In response to the threat of mass redundancies, and after several months during which management has refused to negotiate around the campus unions' core demands for no compulsory redundancies, GUCU members have voted to take 15 days of strike action, beginning November 23rd 2021 and ending December 13th 2021, in order to apply pressure on SMT. What is the strike? Members of the University and College Union (UCU) at Leeds have voted to take industrial action over pension cuts, pay and working conditions, along with staff at dozens of other universities across the UK. UNISON has also balloted its members regarding pay and pensions and announced that it will also be taking action.

The union said that 65.4 per cent of members who voted back strike action and 77.3 per cent voted for action short of a strike. Turnout was 35.5 per cent, the UCU said. The ballot follows what the UCU called a "marginally improved" offer - via the Universities and Colleges Employers Association - of a 1.1 per cent pay increase for 2016-17. RT @SeanAWallis: Keep sending in donations and solidarity to @QM_UCU. Defend the right to strike. Tell them Dave sent you. @The_TUC @ucu @CWUnews @RMTunion @pcs_union @unitetheunion @unisontheunion @BFAWUOfficial @GMB_union @EISUnion @ASLEFunion @UsdawUnion. The strike also aims to tackle, zero-hours and insecure contracts and unmanageable workloads. UCU general secretary Jo Grady said: 'More than seven in ten UCU members have again voted in favour of strike action, which is a damning indictment of the way vice-chancellors run universities and treat their staff. By Tim Lezard. 16th July 2021 - 8:00 am. UCU members in 15 further education colleges in England have voted for strike action over pay. Staff at three colleges that are part of Capital City College Group, London, have also voted to strike over working conditions and compulsory redundancies alongside pay. An overwhelming 89% of members who voted. For the vote to comply with legislation: 50% of all eligible UCU members locally will have to participate in the vote. Then out of those who turn out to vote, 50% will have to vote yes to strike. This means that every vote is important. Some recent ballots failed not because people voted against striking, but because not enough people returned. UCU fighting fund 2021/2022. The national officers have authorised payments from the Fighting Fund in support of members in the following disputes*: the HE disputes (USS and Four Fights) starting on 1 December 2021; and, the FE disputes starting in May 2022. In order to make a claim to the Fighting Fund you need to: be paying subscriptions at. The University and College Union is the trade union that represents academics, such as tutors, lecturers, professors, and other teaching staff at universities. They have around 120,000 members nationwide, around 350 of whom work at the University of Chester. Recently, UCU put two issues out to vote among its members in two separate ballots - pensions, and pay and working conditions. 209. The union said that 65.4 per cent of members who voted back strike action and 77.3 per cent voted for action short of a strike. Turnout was 35.5 per cent, the UCU said. The ballot follows what the UCU called a "marginally improved" offer - via the Universities and Colleges Employers Association - of a 1.1 per cent pay increase for 2016-17.

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