Good employers

July 3, 1998

THES reporters look at the spread of casualisation and its effects and the campaign against it

Universities and colleges that do not force staff to sign away employment rights:

University of Bradford

Falmouth College of Arts

Heriot-Watt University

University of Lancaster

University of Leeds

Liverpool Hope University College

Institute of Psychiatry

University College London

Royal Veterinary College

Wye College

University of Manchester

University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology

University of Northumbria

Norwich School of Art and Design

University College of Ripon and York St John

University of Sunderland

Trinity College of Music

University of Wales, Lampeter

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