Vice-chancellors still attend pay meetings despite outcry

Universities have stopped vice-chancellors from voting on the committees that set their pay following last year’s outcry over rising salaries but many university leaders have clung to the right to attend the meetings, it has been revealed.

Freedom of information requests by the University and College Union (UCU) found that just nine universities still allow their vice-chancellor to vote on their institution’s remuneration committee, which sets senior staff…
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