State universities asked to save money in hiring
CHICAGO – State universities in Illinois will no longer be able to use outside firms in most hiring searches.
Gov. Pat Quinn signed a law Saturday to limit the practice as a way to save money.
Starting next year, public universities will have to rely on their own personnel to cast a net for top talent. Outside firms will only be allowed in the hiring of university presidents or when a current president and board of trustees can demonstrate a need for such services.
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