The EIS believes that university pay is becoming more polarised, with ordinary academic staff being asked to bear the brunt of real terms pay cuts whilst senior staff enjoy real terms pay increases.

Secondly, that universities here in Scotland are delivering healthy operating reserves and have record closing reserves.

Finally, there is a growing disparity between the increasing intensification of work at universities and the decreasing value of pay in real terms. 

The statutory Ballot is now closed.

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14 February 2018

Ballot results

The Statutory Ballot for EIS-ULA members that are covered by the New JNCHES National HE ne ...
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14 February 2018

How to Vote

Details on how to cast your vote.
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19 February 2018

Industrial Action Short of Strike Action

The EIS-ULA Executive agreed to use the mandate from the recent statutory ballot result to ...
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14 February 2018

Report into Pay & Key Financial Data of Universities

EIS Report into Pay & Key Financial Data of Scottish Universities (2016)
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14 February 2018

Statutory Ballot & Strike Action - FAQs

A list of some Frequently Asked Questions about the statutory ballot and the industrial ac ...
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