14 juin 2015

'Prospective students should stop chasing a high salary'

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQPxnNUZkzq1IINmqwJMRe0Mx9jmcJPvZ89WaflkoXFnHo0R2jfVuceEAwwBy James Gold. Enthusiasm for your subject at university will stand you in better stead later in life than picking a degree for its earning potential, says James Gold. Read more...

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02 juin 2015

Ivy League Presidents Are Starting to Get Paid Like Corporate Executives

By Michael McDonald.  Ivy League presidential pay is looking more like the big leagues.
Columbia University paid President Lee Bollinger $4.6 million in 2013, a 36 percent increase from the year before, according to a tax filing released Tuesday. Yale University recently revealed it paid former President Richard Levin a bonus of $8.5 million when he retired in 2013 after 20 years. More...

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25 mai 2015

Platinum Pay in Ivory Towers

New York TimesBy . Gregory Fenves recently got a big promotion, from provost to president of the University of Texas at Austin. A raise came with it. Instead of his current base of about $425,000, he was offered $1 million. 
And he rejected it — as too much. Read more...

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22 mai 2015

Évolution des salaires de base par branche professionnelle en 2014. L’absence d’inflation accentue les gains de pouvoir d'achat

Abonnez-vous aux avis de parution de la DaresAu cours de l’année 2014, dans un contexte de modération de l’activité de négociation salariale de branche, le salaire mensuel de base (SMB) des salariés des entreprises de 10 salariés ou plus du secteur concurrentiel progresse de 1,4 % en glissement annuel, après +1,6 % en 2013.

Les branches dans lesquelles le SMB progresse le plus en 2014 sont notamment des branches industrielles qui ont une forte pratique de la négociation collective et ont signé un accord salarial. Le SMB a également été dynamique dans les branches tertiaires qualifiées, dans lesquelles la négociation individuelle est couramment pratiquée, qu’il y ait ou non un accord collectif.

2015-037 - Évolution des salaires de base par branche professionnelle en 2014. L’absence d’inflation accentue les gains de pouvoir d’achat (mai 2015).

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18 mai 2015

University staff given ‘final’ pay offer of 1 per cent for 2015-16

By . Employers have made a final offer of a 1 per cent pay increase for university staff next year, with an additional rise for the lowest-paid set to ensure that most employees get the “living wage”. More...

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17 mai 2015

Rectors oppose luring students with income data

By Jan Petter Myklebust. University leaders and student unions have criticised the government for publishing graduate salary levels in its new online universities guide, arguing that it could misinform applicants and push them to base their choices on “where the money is”. Read more...

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Universities brace for 50% government cuts to salaries

By Ceaser Mhukahuru. State-owned universities in Zimbabwe have started gearing up for commercialisation of their activities after the cash-strapped government warned that it could cut its salary obligations to state higher education institutions by 50% in the near future. Read more...

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04 mai 2015

The rise and rise of executive pay

By Sue Shepherd. The eye-watering levels of vice chancellors’ pay attracted a flurry of negative press coverage last year.
Such was the level of interest and concern about this “new breed of fat cat” (The Guardian, 3 March 2014) that Vince Cable included reference to “the substantial upward drift of salaries” in his annual grant letter and urged vice chancellors to exercise much greater pay restraint. More...

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03 mai 2015

Universities make 0.9% pay offer to staff

By . Employers have called on unions to “consider carefully the real value” of a 0.9 per cent pay offer for university employees. More...

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27 avril 2015

Hourly workers in higher ed see 2 percent increase in pay

University Business LogoBy Stefanie Botelho. Recently released data from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR)’s 2014-15 Non-Exempt Staff in Higher Education Salary Survey show that the median base salaries for hourly workers in higher education increased by 2 percent in 2014. This number is on par with pay increases seen last year by administrators, professionals and faculty in higher ed. More...

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