A University of Idaho faculty group has raised concerns about some raises given to university administrators, but the school says a review of wages at the school is not related to their concerns, according to an AP story in the Idaho Statesman.
The raises in question, which were not disputed by the university, include raises to three deans, an administrative assistant, the school attorney, human rights officer and the director of development. The raises ranged from 3 percent to as high as 10.2 percent. University employees, by contrast, reportedly received a 2 percent raise.
The school says it would like to have the review completed by next July.
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