15 | OCT | 2019
The Central Library of Mexico's National Autonomous University (UNAM) in Mexico City – Photo: Yadín Xolalpa/EL UNIVERSAL

UNAM proposes 3.4% salary pay increase to academics

Teresa Moreno
Mexico City
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The initiative will be brought to academics so it can be analyzed and eventually approved

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) offered its workers of the Autonomous Associations of Academic Personnel of the UNAM (AAPAUNAM) a salary pay increase of 3.4% guaranteed for the period between February 19, 2018, and January 31, 2019

Leopoldo Silva Gutiérrez, UNAM's administrative secretary disclosed that this salary pay increase is “the best deal that could be obtained, according to the economic conditions that Mexico is facing," he explained in a bulletin.

In the Incentive Program for Productivity and Performance of the Academic Personnel per Course, a 10% salary pay increase was offered while a 3.4% increase was proposed for academic work recognition per course and academic improvement.

Bertha Guadalupe Rodríguez Sámano, AAPAUNAM's secretary general assured that this initiative will be brought to the academics so it can be analyzed and approved. 



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