Wednesday, July 31, 2013

UCOP Releases "2012 Annual Report on Employee Compensation"

Updated: w/ 2012 figures, (yes,fyi, it includes that section)

see article: Capitol Alert: University of California 2012 Payroll Up 6 Percent

"Academic pay rose by 4 percent to $4.34 billion. Pay for executives and managers rose by 7 percent to $725 million.
The largest increase in payroll and funding came at the university's teaching hospitals. Pay in health care and allied science jumped nearly 10 percent from 2011 to 2012 to $2.56 billion.

Since 2006, UC payroll has increased 37 percent."

also see this op-ed on Napolitano appointment while there.
and, the Fresno Bee has a longer article on UC Compensation here.

1 comment:

  1. Always fun to look up the names of the folks who head OE and Shared Services and check out how their salaries have shot up and how much they are getting paid compared to the "average" person at their level. Then go back to my own salary and the salaries of most people working in academic departments and see how they have been flatlined for years and how much lower they are than some hypothetical average person..... "God bless the child that's got his [her] own wealth, that's got his own...."