Staff go slow over pay at Manchester

November 19, 1999

Manchester University was hit by industrial action on Tuesday as members of the administrative and clerical union Unison protested about pay.

A union spokeswoman said members would now be working to rule, refusing to cooperate with Teaching Quality Assessments and considering other action short of a strike in support of their claim for a 10 per cent pay rise. They have voted to reject the 3.5 per cent awarded last month.

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