Category: Action @ Tyne Coast College

Day 1 of South Tyneside College Lunch Time Protests

Members at South Tyneside College turned out in great numbers today for the first in a series of lunchtime gatherings to show solidarity in the face of proposed redundancies at the College. Staff will be giving up their lunch break all week in order to protest at the loss of jobs proposed at the College.…

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South Tyneside College lunch time protests

The cutbacks proposed by South Tyneside College after their further education budget was slashed by £1.2million – could see 14 lecturers, two members of management and a member of clerical staff made redundant. The cutbacks could also include increases in teaching hours, and result in cuts to benefits, such as occupational sick pay and maternity pay, and…

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South Tyneside College – Pickets and Strike 24 March 2011

he above picket at Hebburn Campus was named on the UCU website as “The winner of the first branch to report pickets up and running goes to   South Tyneside College“ (reported at http://www.ucu.org.uk/index.cfm?articleid=5395) Branch Secretary, Jonathan Spink, had ensured that every entrance at both sites were covered and some of the pickets at the…

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