United Kingdom -Wage inequality at universities addressed -March 3, 2012

The National Union of Students (NUS) and UNISON have launched a national campaign, calling on higher education institutions to pay a living wage to all its employees. NUS and UNISON condemn the inequality between highly paid college principles and vice-chancellors on the one hand, and poverty wages to the lowest paid employees on the other.

English:http://www.unison.org.uk/asppresspack/pressrelease_view.asp?id=2620


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