Tuesday, June 15, 2021
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    Tag: pensions

    Oxbridge collude on responses to UUK survey

    The universities intended to co-ordinate responses to encourage changes to the current USS structure

    Oxford owes students money over strikes

    The University must be held accountable for lost teaching time for failing to resolve staff strikes

    There is still power in a union – but it erodes...

    In a society increasingly driven towards division, the UCU pensions dispute highlights the challenges facing worker solidarity

    UCU members vote to accept deal

    The vote means that long-running strikes by university staff will be suspended

    Oxford strike dates cancelled as crucial ballot draws to a close

    Union members are currently voting on whether to accept the proposed deal, which if accepted could lead to an end to longstanding industrial action

    New strike dates announced as UCU members consider deal

    Union members will vote next week on whether to accept the proposal from Universities UK

    University ‘confident’ exams will be unaffected as external examiner resignations mount

    Of the 20 external examiners who have resigned from their post with Oxford, six have been from the Faculty of English Language and Literature

    Six colleges pushed for controversial pension reform

    Leaked documents suggest that several colleges shared the University’s position on risk in the scheme

    Finalist degrees jeopardised by external examiner resignations

    Examiners have been called to resign in solidarity with the UCU strike, potentially disrupting the setting and marking of papers

    Dons set for showdown with vice chancellor over pensions dispute

    Congregation, the university’s governing body, will meet in an attempt by around 150 dons to reverse Oxford’s position on the USS pension scheme