Times Higher Education have published their University Workplace Survey 2015. The results show that while the majority of university staff have a high level of job satisfaction, a lot of academics feel under too much pressure. Overall, academics are less satisfied in their roles than in the 2014 survey, whereas employees in support or professional roles are actually more satisfied. However, it seems that universities don’t value their employees’ opinions as much as they should, and there are also issues with university pensions.
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