JOCELYN GECKER Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The University of California is imposing a system-wide freeze on salaries of its non-unionized employees due to enormous financial losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic, President Janet Napolitano said Monday. Napolitano is taking a 10% voluntary pay cut, as are the system's 10 chancellors, she said in a statement that was sent to faculty and staff systemwide. She said her office has initiated conversations with union leaders so they understand the seriousness of the financial situation. "I know some of this news is unsettling, during an already difficult time," Napolitano said. "The present realities and ongoing uncertainties, however, require us to take actions in order to adjust to current circumstances," The UC, with more
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