Dating service outsourcing
He also presided over the decision to suspend five students who protested against the changes.
They proceedings against the 'Sussex Five' collapsed at the start of 2014 and the university offered them compensation after an investigation by the Office of the Independent Adjudicator.
A former university vice-chancellor was given £230,000 for his last month in the job after stepping down amid protests over outsourcing staff.
Professor Michael Farthing was handed the golden payout by the University of Sussex 'in lieu of notice' after leaving his post in August 2016.
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Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Trade Workers Union National Secretary Tony Sheldon said he believes that maintenance standards have been slipping at the national carrier and claimed that the majority of maintenance engineers overseas working on Qantas planes are unlicensed.
According to Mr Sheldon, the outsourcing of maintenance overseas now means that Qantas has less direct control over its employees and that this situation has had a knock-on effect to operations and safety.
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A spokeswoman for Bath Spa University said that after taking legal advice, the institution had given Prof Slade a sum that 'reflected her contractual and statutory entitlements and was considered to represent value for money'.
Before he quit the job, Professor Farthing received widespread criticism for taking the decision to outsource hundreds of staff.
She has now announced she will step down in February 2019 but will receive a hefty payout while she is on a six-month sabbatical.
It was yesterday reported former VP of Bath Spa University Professor Christina Slade was paid £429,000 for her 'loss of office' as well as her £250,000 annual salary, £89,000 in pension contributions and £20,000 for housing and 'other' benefits respectively.