Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Raises in limbo for KU employees amid Kansas budget speculation - Associated Press

The University of Kansas won’t give out employee raises while there’s still a chance for last-minute state budget cuts. Provost Jeff Vitter says the university budgeted midyear, merit-based salary increases for select employees that would comprise about 1 percent of the university’s salary budget. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Vitter wrote in a recent memo to university faculty and staff that extending the raises will depend on a few things, including avoiding any possible state budget cuts. He says the decision will be made later this semester.

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