The joint Trade Unions, UCU, Unison and Unite, disagree with senior management’s approach to responding to the Covid-19 crisis. Queen… Read more Joint TU Response to Voluntary Options
At a well-attended emergency branch meeting on 30 April, QMUCU members discussed the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having… Read more QMUCU Passes Emergency Corona Contract Motion
It’s been a busy month since staff returned from strike action at QMUL to find themselves facing a whole set… Read more QMUCU Update: COVID-19 and Its Impact on Queen Mary Staff
Covid-19 doesn’t give management a licence to ignore work, percarity, equalities, pay and pensions.
The campus unions – Unite, Unison, and UCU – are disappointed with the response of QM senior management to the… Read more Covid-19: Letter to Management re: Health & Safety Reps and Key Documents
The failure of senior management to include QMUCU with respect to key decision-making, and their failure use the HR-JCF mailing… Read more Covid-19: Emergency Joint Consultation Forum (JCF) called
Moving to alternative teaching and assessment is tricky. Here are some of the challenges and our pledge to students.
This is a longer update from Friday’s branch meeting.
QMUCU demands an immediate halt to face-to-face teaching, one week suspension of classes for preparation, union inclusion in response groups.