President Reveley Announces No Furlough Day for College Employees

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April 3, 2010

11:21 PM

The College of William and Mary will not hold a furlough day for its employees this year, President Taylor Reveley announced today.

The General Assembly had required an unpaid furlough day for all state employees, but Reveley said that the College would find the money to pay the state from other parts of the budget.

According to the Daily Press, Reveley said it was important to avoid inflicting a day of unpaid leave on employees.

“I realize that saving a day’s pay for everyone is a small step on the road toward meaningful raises, but it does keep us from moving backwards, as would have happened with a furlough,” Reveley said.

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