Eligible civil service employees will see the 3.25% increase reflected in their July 25 paycheck. Faculty, administrative professional, and graduate assistants will be eligible for a 2.5% salary increase effective in September.
PULLMAN, Wash. – While we do not have the ability to change the state civil service salary schedule with a permanent increase, I am pleased to announce that we will provide a one-time, 4 percent payment to eligible civil service employees.
SPOKANE – A contract extension with President Elson S. Floyd through June 30, 2016, was approved by the WSU Board of Regents at their regularly scheduled meeting at WSU Spokane. “The board of regents believes that it is important, especially in this difficult financial time, to send a strong message about the continuity of […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – People with bachelor’s degrees, on average, currently earn about 66 percent more than those with a high school diploma, during their lifetime, and about 42 percent more than those with an associate degree, according to a new study by the College Board. The College Board today, Sept. 21, […]
Longstanding underfunding by the state Legislature is the major impediment to faculty salary increases, according to a recently completed report by a Faculty Senate salary committee. Salary compression is also a concern. The Faculty Affairs Committee and Faculty Senate will be considering salary issues, including those raised in the report, and will make recommendations to […]
Following is an overview of the WSU Supplemental Budget Request for 2008, approved Sept. 28 by the WSU Board of Regents. Operating Budget • Under funding of salary increases $1,388,000 The 2007 Legislature mandated special salary increases for state employees. Systems or formatting problems with our data caused many of our job titles for bargaining unit, […]
If Washington State University wants a good leader, it’ll have to pay. As the university prepares to replace retiring President V. Lane Rawlins, officials are calculating how much more they will likely have to pay his successor. The university will need to pay more than what it currently pays Rawlins to make the position competitive, said Rafael Stone, WSU Board of Regent […]
Washington State University’s proposed 2005-07 budget will go up for final approval at its Nov. 16 Board of Regents meeting in Seattle. “Major budget priorities identified in the strategic plan and addressed in the budget allocations, include competitive salaries, additional faculty positions, graduate education, and lower division programs at WSU Vancouver and WSU Tri-Cities,” said […]