Kansas State University will implement additional emergency furloughs for eight employees in Information Technology Services beginning June 28. The action is estimated to save more than $100,000.
Since May, the university has furloughed 430 employees due to COVID-19 impacts to university operations saving nearly $2.75 million.
K-State’s Division of Human Capital Services is working with the affected employees on options for federal and state benefits. Information concerning K-State’s emergency and administrative furlough policies can be found at the Human Capital Services website. Furloughed employees may qualify for state unemployment benefits.