Natfhe boycott fails to stop Hera pilots

July 11, 1997

EMPLOYERS are to push ahead with pilot schemes for a new role-analysis system for higher education staff despite a boycott by lecturers' union Natfhe.

A consortium of more than 100 higher education institutions will go ahead with the six trials of the Higher Education Role Analysis (Hera) scheme, which is designed to assign points to all staff based on the range and type of work they do. The Association of University Teachers is also balloting staff at Heriot Watt, Hull and University of Wales School of Medicine Cardiff. A result is expected in just over a week.

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