May 10-16, 2002
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State bonus plan details announced
Holiday schedule set

U.Va. study reveals suburbs more dangerous than cities
Library acquires historic Cabell family papers, creates Web site highlighting the collection
Vendor fair set for May 22
Lyons named Guggenheim Fellow

Off the Shelf -- recently published books by U.Va. faculty and staff

Book puts architect’s work in focus
McGann receives first national award for digital humanities
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Interns to aid class tech projects
Milken Institute recognizes Turner
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Summer Language Institute
Graduation weekend May 18-19
After Hours -- Edith Boateng-Conti

State bonus plan details announced

Classified employees have until May 24 to choose between a 2.5 percent bonus, two weeks of paid leave, or a combination of bonus or leave, according to a U.Va. Human Resources memo dated May 8.

The General Assembly approved the bonus-or-leave plan earlier this year. Full details of the University’s implementation of the plan, plus an online form on which to make a selection, are available at http://www.hrs.virginia.edu/state bonus.html.
The one-time bonuses, which are not increases in base pay, will be paid Aug. 30. Full-time employees may also choose to take a 1.25 percent bonus and 40 hours of paid leave, or 80 hours of paid leave. The additional leave must be used by June 30, 2003.

Part-time employees are eligible for the program, and will receive bonus leave in proportion to the percentage of full-time hours that they work.

To be eligible, employees must have received at least a “contributor” rating on their most recent performance evaluation.

Information on faculty and Medical Center bonuses has not yet been determined. The Provost’s Office will distribute information on faculty bonuses.

 


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