For the first time, a matrix for merit pay that is dependent on employee performance score and salary will be used for classified staff.
The board on Tuesday agreed that keeping employees happy and keeping them, period, are necessary for the university’s continued success.
University of Colorado leadership last week recommended salary increase pools of 3.1 percent to 3.6 percent for the coming fiscal year as part of the proposed budget.
The Board of Regents today authorized a 2 percent salary pool, enabling merit increases for many faculty, officers and exempt professionals in the 2012-13 fiscal year.
During Fall Forums for faculty, staff and students on Oct. 17 at the Anschutz Medical Campus and Oct. 18 at CU Denver, University of Colorado Denver Chancellor Jerry Wartgow opened his presentation by spotlighting a year of accomplishments and offering perspective on the significance of the university to the city and the state. These accomplishments are [...]
University of Colorado Staff Council considered ways to promote and raise its visibility; discussed the effects of House Bill 11-1301 and reviewed details of the fall retreat.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents voted to approve a $2.82 billion operating budget for the CU system’s 2011-12 fiscal year.