Salary Notification Letter



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October 19, 2001 MEMORANDUM TO: Personnel Representatives (via e- mail) (n) FROM: Steve Lund RE: Sample Salary Notification Letter for Unclassified Employees The Joint Committee on Employment Relations approved the 2001-02 pay plan for unclassified employees on October 3, 2001.. Attachments xc: Deans/Directors (via e- mail) (a, b) SAMPLE NOTICE OF 2001-2002 SALARY FOR CURRENT EMPLOYEES DO NOT DISTRIBUTE TO EMPLOYEES UNTIL NOVEMBER 26, 2001 date Dear : I am pleased to inform you that the 2001-2002 unclassified pay plan has been approved..

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