Saturday, 10 April 2010

Call to limit college bosses' pay

BBC
By Hananh Richardson 
BBC News education reporter


College principals' pay should be capped, a union is arguing, as thousands of jobs in the further education sector are at risk.
Unison, which represents support staff, says college leaders' pay has risen by over 40% in the last eight years, up to as much as £184,000.
The union is also mounting a fight back against job cuts and pay freezes, resulting from cuts to some budgets.
The Association of Colleges (AoC) said pay must attract the best applicants.

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