4 months after a open meeting by the students’ Living Wage campaign, UoM has been granted its Living Wage status
In a nationwide survey students were found to be supportive of a Living Wage for University staff and for Vice-Chancellors’ pay to be cut, as wage statistics for universities are revealed.
All Students’ Union employees earn at least the “real living wage” of £8.75
After implementing the living wage last month, the company in charge of catering services across the university are claimed to be planning to make 43 staff redundant and cutting salaries by up to a third
Following an extensive student-led campaign, the University of Manchester’s Students’ Union is to implement the National Living Wage
The campaigners planned a rally for November to encourage UoM to join the 33 existing Living Wage accredited universities.
A student campaign group has set its sights on persuading the University of Manchester to become accredited by the Living Wage Foundation
Sorcha Floyd, Campaigns Officer outlines why the Living Wage is so important and announces that the University of Manchester’s Living Wage Campaign is now recruiting a new committee following the announcement of a new living wage outside London
As of the beginning of February, catering staff at the University of Manchester are to be paid the Living Wage
Manchester Students’ Union has become a Living Wage Accredited employer. Campaigners continue to urge the University of Manchester to follow the same example