Thursday, August 11, 2016

No-raise reaction: 'Quite frustrating' - Timothy Killeen, News-Gazette

For the second straight year, the University of Illinois will not provide general raises on its three campuses, at least for the time being. UI President Tim Killeen sent an email to faculty and staff members this week, saying the ongoing budget stalemate in Springfield made it “fiscally imprudent” to fund a salary program for 2016-17. The move essentially extends a salary freeze imposed a year ago, with the hope that the university may not have to go another full year without raises, spokesman Tom Hardy said Tuesday.

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