Hundreds of staff at Dundee University are going on strike for a third time on Monday in an ongoing pensions dispute.
Unison members will rally outside the university during the exam period after rejecting pension changes they say would leave members 40% worse off in retirement.
The university says it is disappointed by the action.
Dundee University Unison branch secretary Phil Welsh said: “The University promised to listen to workers following our industrial action last Autumn.
“Instead, they have produced a proposal which will leave our members having to pay more, get less and retire later, despite the University now being in a very healthy cash position.
“There are affordable, sustainable options out there which the university management refuses to consider for our lower-paid, mostly female members.
“Yet they would never accept this kind of pension offer for themselves.
“Our members have accepted the need for change. However, we call on the university management to make a more realistic offer which will afford our members some modicum of dignity in retirement.”
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