The University of Texas at Austin is laying staff off as a result of budget cuts that have been imposed on it. A reorganization of most of the nonacademic units seems to be affecting administrative/clerical positions in the nonacademic umbra. It may... read more
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AUSTIN, TX -- University of Texas at Austin officials have implemented a "soft" hiring freeze and is considering layoffs as part of a so-called organizational assessment, according to a published report. According to a memo obtained by The Texas... read more
Many tech firms in the area are laying people off. Also, a lot of companies that deal with oil are laying people off.
Anybody knows the downsized headcounts here?
For the past 10 months, University of Texas USAS and the Texas State Employees Union have been campaigning against UT’s plan to outsource campus services and layoff workers. After almost a year of hard campaigning, we just won our first victory: the... read more
The University of Texas plans to cut its workforce by approximately 500 jobs in the coming years (2014 and forward), mainly through retirements and attrition. The Austin American-Statesman has reported that the move will save between $120 million and... read more