We received an email sent to the staff at University of Sussex regarding the ongoing dispute over pensions in the UK. Attached.
New release, again related to the UK pensions dispute, seems to be some sort of Q and A.
USSemployers 2018 Valuation Three Options Q&A
The second of two related posts (see previous) a letter from The Pensions Regulator, dated 15 May, to USS Trustee Chair, Sir David Eastwood. The letter takes issue with USS's proposed 'Option 3' for the 2018 valuation and criticises USS for a lack of rigour and transparency in its decision-making and engagement with the Regulator.
In the first of two letters on what appear to be related topics around the USS pensions in the UK we received a letter from Bill Galvin (USS) to Alistair Jarvis (UUK) dated 7th May 2019. Attached.
Two documents attached detailing the response of the University of Liverpool to USS Trustee.
We recieved a letter sent by Michael Whitby, head of the College of Arts & Law (CAL) at the University of Birmingham, to staff in CAL, regarding a proposed reduction of their workload allocation to research, from 33% to 25%.
These documents have been circulated to Fellows of Trinity College as part of the Trinity College Council’s Consultation on its departure from USS. They comprise a report by the Senior Bursar and a report by XPS, the pensions consultancy, which was commissioned by the Council.
Another UK USS Strike related release we have received a PDF document of the City, University of London's response to the UUK JEP report. Which might be publicly available elsewhere. File attached.
Another UK USS Strike related release we have received a PDF document of the London School of Economics response to the UUK JEP report. Which might be publicly available elsewhere. File attached.