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  • Academic atypical staff (2019/20)

    In 2019/20, University of Plymouth reported a 49% drop in the total number of academic atypical staff. This was because the University has recently undertaken some work on de-casualisation which has reduced atypical numbers, moving these staff to a permanent or fixed term contract. This has also led to a noticeable rise in academic part-time contracts.

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  • Academic atypical staff (2019/20)

    In 2019/20, University of Greenwich reported an 85% increase in the total number of academic atypical staff. This was following a review of their mappings to some HESA fields including the Terms field which meant a code of atypical was more suitable for many of their HPL (hourly paid lecturer) contracts. Most staff that were previously classed as being on a fixed term contract were re-classified as atypical. A small number of those on a permanent/open ended contract were also re-classified as atypical.

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  • Academic atypical staff (2019/20)

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in 2019/20 University of Bradford employed fewer academic atypical staff. This led to a 52% drop in the number of academic atypical staff at the provider this year.

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  • Academic staff (2019/20)

    The staff at University Centre Peterborough are formally employed by Peterborough Regional College. In 2019/20, no academic staff were returned by University Centre Peterborough.

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  • Early Career Researchers

    In 2019/20, Birkbeck College omitted to flag any of their staff as Early Career Researchers. The true value should have been approximately 25 staff.

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