Union members slam v-c's 25 per cent pay rise

May 16, 1997

A 25 PERCENT pay rise between 1994 and 1996 for Bradford University's vice chancellor has been condemned by Bradford AUT members. A ballot of AUT members at the university found 73 per cent "strongly disapproved" of vice chancellor David Johns's pay rise, while a further 20 per cent "disapproved". A motion at AUT national council this week from Bradford AUT attacks the pay rises given to many v-cs and calls for open, nationally determined criteria for v-c pay.

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