More than two thirds of staff rejected offers on pay and pensions during the summer
UNISON survey uncovers how far teaching assistants go to financially support their pupils
Staff and students have suffered serious injuries as a result of offensive weapons being brought into colleges, according to a UNISON survey published today (Tuesday). Machetes, hammers, metal bars and even a gun are among the items either recovered or that have been used in pupil-on-pupil assaults, gang attacks or in violent incidents against staff, […]
A pay offer to higher education staff falls far short of the annual rise they deserve as university bosses have seen their salaries soar, says UNISON. The union’s higher education executive has now agreed unanimously to recommend the “inadequate” 2019/20 pay offer from UCEA higher education national employers should be rejected. UNISON will now undertake […]
Education unions representing staff at Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) – the largest academy chain in the UK – are today (Wednesday) launching a ballot asking if employees have confidence in the trust’s leadership. The move comes after AET failed to listen to staff concerns over proposed cutbacks and restructuring. The changes will put the wellbeing […]
The UK’s largest academy chain faces a potential dispute with seven education unions over job cuts, low wages and outsourcing.
The OfS report demonstrates the inequality and injustice at the heart of higher education pay
It’s shocking that so many people in jobs are still struggling financially and living in poverty.
Further education should not be at the bottom of the pecking order when it comes to investment.
Young families across the country are struggling because childcare costs are such a massive drain on their finances.
Large cuts are looming at the TBAP multi-academy trust, which runs schools in London, Essex, Cambridgeshire and the North West, following accusations of financial mismanagement.