The results are in for the higher education strike ballot that ran from 31 May to 31 July – and 4 higher education institutions in the South West have met the threshold for action.
University of Bristol, University of Gloucestershire and the University of the West of England will take further strike action this week.
Higher education staff are walking out over the coming days in a third wave of strikes over inadequate pay, says UNISON today (Thursday).
Higher education staff in the South West will walk out this week in a new wave of strikes over inadequate pay, says UNISON today (Thursday).
Cleaners, administrators, library, catering and security workers at Bath Spa University, University of Bristol, University of Gloucestershire and the University of the West of England have voted to strike in a dispute over pay.
Staff will take further strike days at eight universities over pay and pensions issues from this week, UNISON says.
Dates announced as ballot passes the legal threshold for turnout.
The University of Gloucestershire has proposed changes to the way it provides pensions for staff. The proposals would see cuts to the pensions of some of the university’s lowest paid staff.