Salary compensation systems for librarians: a study of ten members of the Association of Research Libraries, Issue 5; Issue 1981
Office of Management Studies, Association of Research Libraries, 1981 - Business & Economics - 24 pages
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SALARY COMPENSATION SYSTEMS REPRESENTED BY LIBRARIES
REVIEW OF MAJOR ISSUES
academic libraries achievement administrative responsibility assigned assistant librarian rank Assistant University Librarian associate librarian rank Association of Research attainment autonomy available for merit base salary Brown University career appointments career-curve College and Research Columbia University comparable institutions component curve department head differential employee equity adjustments equity challenges established evaluations example faculty ranking system federal system given increments job descriptions job knowledge Kent State University l0 percent level of responsibility library administration merit increases merit review minima and maxima minimum salaries mixed classification Northwestern University Office of Management Ohio State University organizational performance appraisal position category Position Classification possible profession Professional Compensation Systems professional development professional librarians professional ranking professional salaries promotion in grade promotion in rank quintile range between ranks reward Salary Administration Salary advancement salary compensation systems salary matrix salary minima salary range Smithsonian Institution staff Stanford University supervisors Temple University university administration Wage and Salary William G