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October 3, 1991
Four top officials at Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center in Lancaster have agreed to forgo special pay raises that had been authorized by the hospital's recently ousted top administrator without the approval of the facility's governing board. The raises were worth more than $50,000 a year. The hospital's Board of Directors voted 3 to 0 Tuesday night to accept an offer by the hospital officials to return to their old salaries, which ranged from $86,840 to $100,921 a year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1993 | BILL BILLITER
Waving signs and chanting, about 100 rank-and-file UC Irvine employees Wednesday protested pay increases for UC hospital administrators, saying that hospital workers are suffering pay cuts and layoffs while bosses are getting an average 21% pay hike over the next two years. The orderly demonstration, called "an informational picket," was staged on the sidewalks at the main entrance to UCI Medical Center on The City Drive.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1993 | BILL BILLITER
Waving signs and chanting, about 100 rank-and-file UC Irvine employees Wednesday protested pay increases for UC hospital administrators, saying that hospital workers are suffering pay cuts and layoffs while bosses are getting an average 21% pay hike over the next two years. The orderly demonstration, called "an informational picket," was staged on the sidewalks at the main entrance to UCI Medical Center on The City Drive.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1993
Rank-and-file UC Irvine employees announced Monday that they intend to picket the UCI Medical Center here on Wednesday to protest raises for hospital administrators when other UC employees are being laid off. The protest is aimed at the UC Board of Regents, which on Nov. 19 voted 13 to 5 to increase salaries of some UC hospital administrators by an average of 21% over the next two years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1993 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite warnings that it would look terrible, a sharply divided UC Board of Regents voted in closed session Friday to approve hefty pay increases for some of the system's best-paid administrators at the UCLA Medical Center and four other campus teaching hospitals. The board voted 13 to 5 to boost the salaries of 13 top executives, while UC President Jack Peltason announced that he would give raises to another 14 lower-echelon administrators whose lesser salaries do not require board review.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1993
Rank-and-file UC Irvine employees announced Monday that they intend to picket the UCI Medical Center here on Wednesday to protest raises for hospital administrators when other UC employees are being laid off. The protest is aimed at the UC Board of Regents, which on Nov. 19 voted 13 to 5 to increase salaries of some UC hospital administrators by an average of 21% over the next two years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1993 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite warnings that it would look terrible, a sharply divided UC Board of Regents voted in closed session Friday to approve hefty pay increases for some of the system's best-paid administrators at the UCLA Medical Center and four other campus teaching hospitals. The board voted 13 to 5 to boost the salaries of 13 top executives, while UC President Jack Peltason announced that he would give raises to another 14 lower-echelon administrators whose lesser salaries do not require board review.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 1991
Four top officials at Antelope Valley Hospital Medical Center in Lancaster have agreed to forgo special pay raises that had been authorized by the hospital's recently ousted top administrator without the approval of the facility's governing board. The raises were worth more than $50,000 a year. The hospital's Board of Directors voted 3 to 0 Tuesday night to accept an offer by the hospital officials to return to their old salaries, which ranged from $86,840 to $100,921 a year.
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