Monday, February 22, 2016

UNM trims vacant jobs as part of budget shortfall - Dianne Anderson, UNM

As part of the University’s effort to bring expenses into balance with the lower revenue, administrators spent the past several months reviewing the hiring process with an eye toward eliminating 100 positions. At the February Board of Regents meeting, President Robert Frank announced that goal has been met and exceeded, adding up to nearly $2 million in savings to offset declines in tuition revenue. In his report, Frank told the regents a total of 257 positions have been eliminated, far exceeding the 100 position goal. Of that total, 44 positions were eliminated completely for a savings of $1.7 million.

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