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UK university staff: tell us about your experiences during coronavirus

UK university staff: tell us about your experiences during coronavirus

4/23/2021 10:43:00 AM

UK university staff: tell us about your experiences during coronavirus

We would like to hear from UK university staff about their experiences of work during the pandemic

Last modified on Wed 21 Apr 2021 16.22 BSTDuring the pandemic, university staff have experienced redundancies, increasingly precarious employment, and work-related stress. Most recently,staff at the University of Leicesterhave threatened to boycott marking and assessments amid a row over compulsory redundancies.

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As part of the Guardian’s coverage, we would like to hear from UK university staff – including academics, administrators and professional services staff – about their experiences during the pandemic.Share your experiencesYou can get in touch by filling in the form below, anonymously if you wish. Your responses are secure as the form is encrypted and only the Guardian has access to your contributions.

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