Management had planned to cut pension benefits by up to 12% for support staff before UNISON campaign
More than 300 staff will gain as area’s second-largest employer makes the move
University of Bradford climbs down on redundancy numbers the week after four-day strike
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Workers were set to lose hours and pay, but campaigning has seen the employer move to bring the team back in house
UNISON is calling for members to back strike action, as some employers attempt to impose the below-inflation offer
UNISON welcomes ‘urgently needed first step’ but says more must be done to tackle pay inequality
Responding to the announcement today (Wednesday) that the University of Cambridge is to seek formal accreditation as a real living wage employer,
UNISON’s head of higher education Donna Rowe-Merriman said: “Cambridge University’s commitment to give its lowest paid staff a fair wage is a move that urgently needs to be replicated in other universities across the UK. There is no place for low pay in higher education.
Latest offer ‘does not meet members’ expectations’ and needs to be improved, joint unions tell UCEA at most recent talks