Watchdog Group Wants NU To Be Transparent On Benefits



LINCOLN -- ASKA%20N.bmp" style="width: 150px; height: 135px; float: left;" />A watchdog organization says nearly 100 University of Nebraska workers get privately funded job perks like free cars and club memberships.  Common Cause Nebraska says the university must be more transparent about using private funds to pay for personal benefits to public employees.  Jack Gould with Common Cause says not being transparent about using private funds to pay for personal benefits to public employees could hurt the University of Nebraska's integrity.  In a prepared statement, University of Nebraska Regent President Tim Clare says the benefits help the university stay competitive in attracting and retaining top talent.

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