Angela Rayner MP speaking

University staff deserve fair pay, says Angela Rayner

Shadow education secretary sends message to UNISON members voting in ballot on pay

Higher education members vote on strike action over pay

Higher education members will be voting over strike action as a result of a 1.1% pay offer for the majority of staff

Higher Education members urged to strike for better pay

UNISON believes that no employee in higher education should be paid less than the Living Wage

Still time to have your say on HE pay

The consultation with members working in higher education on the employers’ pay offer for this year closes this Friday, on 26 June.

Universities caught paying below living wage to fund raisers

Some of Britain’s biggest universities are paying less than the living wage to staff on their fund-raising teams as they bid to boost funds

Further education final offer and consultation

UNISON has now received the final national pay offer from the employers’ organisation in colleges in England and consultation is open on it until the end of July

Higher education members vote to accept pay offer

UNISON’s higher education members have voted overwhelmingly to accept a pay offer that will see thousands of low-paid university staff receive the living wage of £7.65p per hour and end a long-running pay dispute in the sector

Have your say on HE pay

UNISON members in higher education are being consulted on the 2014-15 pay offer – have your say before 23 May

HE employers offer 2% and living wage

Service group executive to meet on 23 April to discuss consultation on offer and 2013/14 dispute

Southampton University announces discretionary living wage

The University of Southampton has become the latest employer since the start of the higher education pay dispute to say that it will raise the salary of its lowest-paid employees

Unions submit 2014-15 HE pay claim

Higher education unions have submitted a joint pay claim for 2014-15 to the national employers organisation

Members to be consulted on next steps in higher ed pay dispute

Conference says it is important to reflect on the impact of the action so far and for service group executive to discuss the future strategy

Staff at SOAS begin two-day strike

UNISON cleaners and maintenance staff at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London have begun a two-day strike today in a long-running dispute over terms and conditions

Teesside University becomes a living wage employer

Teesside University has become the latest university to announce that it is to raise the pay of its lowest-paid staff

Higher education members strike for fair pay

UNISON members have been on strike today with their colleagues in UCU, Unite and EIS, for fair pay and for the lowest-paid to take home a living wage