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September 23, 2010
HR leaders in academe consider how to keep their best employees -- faculty and administrators alike -- in era of tight budgets.
April 1, 2010
During the last year, many college presidents -- frequently as a prelude to employee salary freezes (or cuts) -- announced that they were freezing or cutting their own salaries. While such announcements became common, it turns out that a notable minority of private college presidents did receive raises, some of them healthy ones for a year of little inflation.
March 22, 2010
Whether in academic affairs, student affairs, or the business side of the house, salaries were stagnant, survey finds.
February 22, 2010
Median increase for top higher ed administrators in 2009-10 is 0%.
December 23, 2009
New survey shows salary and benefits of presidents at two-year institutions lag those of their counterparts at four-year institutions.
December 11, 2009
WASHINGTON -- Education Department officials faced forceful pushback Thursday against their plan to eliminate regulatory clarifications to Congress’s 1992 ban on “incentive compensation” for admissions and financial aid officers -- and the opposition came from nonprofit and for-profit colleges alike.
December 1, 2009
In first proposals on new rules on aid programs, Education Department suggests ending "safe harbors" on bonus pay for student recruiters.
March 23, 2009
Private college officials fare better than those at publics; doctoral university staff see smaller raises than those in others sectors.
February 23, 2009
For many job titles, raises were greater at private than at public institutions, but data was collected before economic crisis hit in full force.
February 17, 2009
After several college presidents declined bonuses in light of the economic downturn, criticism has begun to mount against those who kept the money.

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