Employee Morale

Opposition Gelling Against U.Va. Rector's Reappointment

Facing organized opposition from alumni, students and faculty, the embattled head of the University of Virginia's governing board is lobbying key lawmakers in Richmond in an effort to hold on to her position.

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Talent management solution integral to university’s strategic plan

University System of New Hampshire implements Ellucian Talent Management Suite

With its four institutions—the University of New Hampshire, Plymouth State University, Keene State College, and Granite State College—the University System of New Hampshire is the largest provider of postsecondary education in the state, serving more than 35,000 students, and including more than 3,000 employees.

Alabama A&M Faculty Seeking Pay Raises But State Budget Cuts An Obstacle

While the Alabama A&M University faculty received a sympathetic response today from university President Andrew Hugine, a request for pay raises is likely not going to be granted.

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Board of Regents OKs UW-Madison Employment System Revamp

A proposed overhaul of UW-Madison's employment system cleared another hurdle Friday, winning approval from the UW Board of Regents despite opposition by some at the morning meeting.

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Two Former Staff Members To Former U of Alabama President Guy Bailey Still Drawing Pay

Two former senior staff members to former University of Alabama President Guy Bailey continue to be paid despite no longer working at the university.

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Indiana U Plans To Rise Retirement Age For Top Executives

Indiana University would allow many high-ranking administrators to work past the current retirement age of 65 under a proposal being considered by the school's trustees.

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U Of Wisconsin Pay Raises Needed, System President Says - But When?

The University of Wisconsin System is only as good as its people, but it would be premature - and possibly counterproductive - to speculate about when raises could be approved for employees whose paychecks have taken a hit in recent years, UW System President Kevin Reilly said Friday.

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Entire U Of Iowa Advisory Panel Quits

Resignations from education committee come after officials allegedly ordered documents destroyed

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U of Michigan Lecturers Say Pay Too Low

The union representing non tenure-track faculty at the University of Michigan demanded equal pay for equal work while unveiling a new report Friday that shows lecturers earn about half the income for the courses they teach compared to tenured faculty.

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