Annual Raises Recognize Employee Efforts
If you checked your July paystub in HRMS, you likely noticed a pay increase as wages and salaries across the University were boosted through the annual merit increase program. In total, 84% of non-union Medical Center employees received a performance-based increase and of those, 19% also had their pay adjusted to ensure market-competitiveness or equity with their colleagues.
Pulse sat down with URMC’s newly arrived chief human resources officer, Jeffrey Stevens, to learn more about his first impressions and future plans.
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As today’s tumultuous health care environment makes it tricky for smaller, freestanding cancer centers – even respected, high-quality centers like the Pluta Cancer Center – to survive, many have begun searching for partners who can help share overhead expenses to ensure break-even financial results.
Diners at Strong’s main cafeteria are noticing weekly changes as progress continues on the eatery’s major renovation. By early September, a temporary corridor will route traffic to an exit near the Red Elevators.
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