The varsity made the announcement in a letter Wednesday afternoon.
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Kent State College President Dr. Todd Diacon has introduced the college is restoring the pay of its college and employees after making cuts firstly of the pandemic.
The announcement got here in a letter Wednesday, stating that starting Feb. 12, wages can be restored to what they had been on June 30, 2020.
“When the pandemic pressured us to revise our price range in June, you probably did your half by accepting a decreased wage – a sacrifice that helped Kent State steadiness the price range and stay fiscally robust,” Diacon wrote.
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Kent State is citing its “conservative strategy to budgeting for Fiscal Yr 2021, together with the stringent management of bills, higher than anticipated spring 2021 enrollment and important COVID-19 federal aid funding” as its causes for making the restorative-decision.
“When the pandemic pressured us to revise our price range in June, you probably did your half by accepting a decreased wage – a sacrifice that helped Kent State steadiness the price range and stay fiscally robust,” the letter continued.
The varsity may also be retroactively restoring all wages affected by the discount, starting from July 1, 2020.
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“I recognize the sacrifices every of you has made throughout these difficult occasions,” Diacon stated. “Thanks in your exhausting work and unwavering dedication to serving to our college students and their households as they endure the continuing pandemic. Your spirit epitomizes our Flashes Take Care of Flashes dedication. Right here’s to an incredible spring semester.”
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