OU employees to get pay raise
Wednesday, October 29th 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
University of Oklahoma employees are getting a pay raise for the first time in two years. OU's regents approved a $2-million plan for supplemental pay for employees. Full time employees will get $500.
The money comes from the State Regents for Higher Education and from school revenues. The raises will help offset health care cost increases.
Oklahoma State University approved $500 in one-time pay for its full-time employees last week.