UC Chancellor Promises No “Career Staff” Layoffs—Excludes Lecturers From Promise

by Janelle Salanga UC President Janet Napolitano and the 10 UC chancellors will be taking a voluntary 10% pay cut during the 2020–2021 UC fiscal year, which begins on July 1, Napolitano said in a May 18 press release. It’s the latest measure taken by the UC to mitigate losses from COVID-19 costs, estimated to be nearly $1.2 billion from mid-March to April.  In anticipation of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s revision of state budget plans, Napolitano authored a letter to the governor asking for leniency with regard to cuts to UC funding. “UC is confronting many of the worst impacts of the virus all […]
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