Queens UCU Newsletter
- Cuts Protest Rally Friday 13th March
- The Value of Queen’s to the Economy
- Update on Your Pension
- The Valuation of the USS Fund
- UCU Sues over Unfair Pay Deductions
- Common Room Campaign
- REF-based Funding Slowly Revealed
- Motion to UCU’s Higher Education Conference
USS - Proposed Scheme Changes - Statuary Consultation
USS will be giving a presentation to Queen’s staff on the proposed scheme changes on Wednesday 1 April 2015. To access the USS invite for this presentation, which includes details of how to register for the event, please click here.
UCU have produced a circular that suggests points you may wish to make in response to the prompt questions posed in the paper. You should feel free to add your own comments.
Please read letter from UCU Officers
Times Higher Education Best University Workplace survey
Please express your views on QUB as a workplace by taking part in the Times Higher Education Best University Workplace survey. The survey is confidential. It starts by collecting some informatin you and your role in QUB. Then you will be presented with about 35 rating scale questions and finally you have the option to provide your contact details if you wish to do so.
Invitation to join letter 2014
Recruitment Drive for UCU Members
We have launched a recruitment drive to attract new members to UCU at Queen’s. Whilst we have a substantial number of members in UCU at Queen’s, we feel that many staff are unsure about what support UCU offers and have not considered joining. The officers involved have worked hard in their own personal time to organise this effort. Over the next few weeks individual hardcopy letters to all staff who are not members of UCU are being sent along with a membership pack and form. These will be followed up by personal contacts in each area. If you know of any colleagues who are not members of UCU, please encourage them to join. They will receive their letters in the very near future.
Students, why we strike
Students: read here to know why your lecturers are taking industrial action