'Unprecedented' demands in FE

8th June 2012 at 01:00

FE employers in England have made an "unprecedented" demand that college staff give up automatic pay progression and agree to more "flexible" hours and holidays before they will make an offer in this year's pay negotiations. The proposal from the Association of Colleges at the annual pay talks was prompted by the 12 per cent reduction in funding for adult skills.

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