Saturday, July 16, 2016

U Wyoming employees gain incentives to depart - THADDEUS MAST, Laramie Boomerang

The University of Wyoming’s retirement and separation incentives are continuing through Aug. 5, allowing faculty and staff time to decide if leaving is the right choice. The program, which began July 1, is available for all UW employees with certain stipulations, the updated retirement university regulation explains. Two separate incentives, one for retirement and one for separation, are specified in regulation 4-2. People who are at least 61 years old and have worked for at least 15 years at UW, 10 of which must be consecutive, qualify for the retirement incentive plan. One of the top additions to the normal retirement benefits is an extended salary — if someone retires by Aug. 5, they will receive payments equal to their current salary until Dec. 31, 2016.

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