An important joint union meeting on casualisation and the need for a Living Wage takes place on campus on
Wednesday 14 October at 1pm in Law & Social Sciences B62
There are people working on the Nottingham campus who earn less than the Living Wage, a rate calculated to allow for a minimum, basic standard of living. Other colleagues have to move from one casual contract to another without enjoying the benefits related to job security. After successful joint campaigns, 17 universities have become Living Wage employers, joining big names like Ikea in recognising the benefits of decent pay.
Casualised employment is an increasing problem on our campus. More and more of our colleagues are employed through Unitemps on inferior contracts. We would like to hear your experiences and views on these issues to help develop a Living Wage and anti-casualisation campaign.
We would love to see you at our joint meeting on Wednesday 14th October at 1pm in Law and Social Sciences B62.
This is a joint campaign, involving the three main campus unions, students, and Nottingham Citizens.
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