Deadline for voluntary budget-reduction incentive options extended
Employees now have until June 19 to submit requests for furloughs, leaves of absence without pay and voluntary-separation incentives.
June 4, 2020
At the President’s Cabinet meeting May 20, President Janine Davidson, Ph.D., shared additional cost-reduction measures that will help Metropolitan State University of Denver meet an expected $14 million budget shortfall for fiscal 2020-21. This included three voluntary budget-reduction incentive options for personnel: furloughs, leaves of absence without pay and voluntary-separation incentives. Please note, voluntary-separation incentives remain available to faculty members and classified staff only.
Human Resources has extended the original June 5 deadline for employees to submit requests to participate in these voluntary budget-reduction incentive options. Employees must now notify their supervisors if they are interested in requesting one of these options by June 19.
The voluntary options come as part of Phase Two of a cost-reduction process laid out by Davidson in a May 6 email to the community. For full details, visit this Human Resources Frequently Asked Questions page.
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