University of Leeds - Leading by example

March 26, 2009

The vice-chancellor of the University of Leeds and his senior management team have pledged not to accept a pay rise this year. In his "Leader column" on the university's website, Michael Arthur writes: "The decision by all members of the vice-chancellor's executive group (myself included) not to accept a pay rise this year acknowledges the seriousness of the current financial situation we are facing, but it doesn't, of course, mean we expect others to follow suit. I can't put a figure on an increase, but I am sure there will be one, and I am very hopeful it will be the product of negotiations rather than dispute."

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