Not to mention that in Fall 2009 (or possibly Spring 2010) over 60 employees (staff and instructors) were informed that they were having their hours, and in most cases, pay cut, on top of the already forced furlough days. The top two reasons being lower enrollment and the State's budget and cuts to CSUs. When asked if this was going to apply to the President and/or the Provost -- if they were willing to make sacrifices in order to help the ailing budget -- an abrupt "No" was given, adding more stress to the already low morale on campus among staffers and teachers.
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In Print This Week:
Oct 20, 2016
vol XXVII issue 42
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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