The University of Missouri says it will not make public the deals it is cutting with faculty and staff members who took an early retirement offer only to be re-hired in their old jobs with most of their old salary. But it has become known that three high-ranking officials on the St. Louis Campus who retired are being kept around for another three years. They’ll get their full pensions and about three-quarters of their old salaries for two years and 30 percent in the third year. A University spokesman says the chancellor in St. Louis decided she had to keep them around until she found adequate replacements.
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