Mandatory furlough announced for Utah State University employees

Feb. 3, 2009
Nearly 3,000 workers required to take five days leave without pay
Utah State University President Stan L. Albrecht has announced a mandatory furlough for all full- and part-time employees as a way to deal with budget cuts. The action was taken to avoid "immediate, widespread layoffs" and judged the most compassionate solution to difficult circumstances. All 2,995 USU employees, from faculty and high-paid administrators to front-line office personnel, will be required to take leave without pay for five days over spring break, March 9-13. To read The Salt Lake Tribune article, click here.

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